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1959 

ELGHANETTE 




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a^pnn>3S h'H w'ti yp 



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We are the young wonder tree grown out of the ruins" 

Baronga— Afrikan Folk Tale 

The ruins \\ ere formed in the \ears when we were born- 
holocaust, and we sur\i\"ed. These ruins were our gift from the 
Anti-semites of the generations. Yet we discarded these ruins 
of despair and grasped again for the heritage that 
we would ensure our survi\al, the heritage that had ensured 
our survival against persecution throughout the 
centin-ies— the Torah, our Tree of Life. 

This is the source from which \\e and our parents have dra\\'n 

life. Eveiy action we performed is influenced by the 

laws of the Torah. The Torah is the consummation 

of all our desires, it eliminates the waste and keeps only 

the good. It is the great teacher that teaches us 

what is good; what is life. 

The Torah is the past, present and future— not just of our 
nation as a whole but of every one of us. It is our 
o\\'n personal source, and, through our fulfillment of it, 
It takes on for us its own personal meaning. 




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CONTENTS 



to the fulfillment of our ideals and the preservation 

of our divine heritage we graduate and 

anxiously greet the future We know the 

spiritual nourishment with ivhich 

our parents and teachers have sustained us 

throughout our lives. We know also that ice, 

the fruits of their devoted labor, shall always 

strive to strengthen our link 

in the golden chain of Am Yisroel. 



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2 Foreword 



Dedication 

Administi-ation 

I Am A Jew by C. Korh 

Faculty 

Graduates 

Scholarship Winners 

Diary 

Activities 

General Organization 

Senior Council 

Elchanette Staff' 

National Honor Societv- 

Flame 

Debating Team 

Library and Ser\'ice Squads 

Basketball and Cheering Squads 

Bookroom and CO-OP 

Clubs 

Chanukah Chagiga 



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72 Purim Operetta 

73 Charity Dri\ e and Mother-Daughter 
Luncheon 

74 Lag B'omer and Yom Haatzmaut 

75 Senior Da\ and Sing 

76 Alma Mater 

77 Literature 

85 Ave Atqua Vale 
89 We Thank Yon 



ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. Samuel Belkin 
President, Yeshiva University > 






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Dr. Shelley Saphire 
Supervising Principal 




iVIr. Samuel Levine 
Director 



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Dr. Isaac Lewin 

Principal, 

Hebrew Department 




Rabbi Charles Friedman 

Principal, 

English Department 




Dear Graduates: 

The faculty and administration extend their congratulations 
and best wishes to the members of the graduating class. 

During your stay with us, we have sincerely tried to direct 
you to understand and appreciate the ideals and way of life 
of the Orthodox Jewish Woman. We have tried to give you a 
knowledge of the society in which you live, and to prepare you 
for your future education. We have attempted to develop stand- 
ards and habits to help you carry on our tradition and to 
become worthy members of the community. 

We feel sure that the future will demonstrate that your time 
with us has enriched and given proper meaning and guidance 
to your lives. 

We know that we will always be proud of you and your 
achievements and that with the aid of the Almighty you will 
always act and live in the true spirit of our traditional heritage. 

May the Almighty grant you many years of health and 
happiness. Sincerehj, 

Charles Friedman 



I AM A JEW 



by Carol Korb 



I AM A JEW— I am proud of my heritage 

No iron bridge shall stand under me 

For in a parchment bridge lies my power- 

The bridge called the Torah 

That connects the ends of the earth 

With its starting point— 

With the land I was given 

—The Land of the Jews. 




My father saw the miracle— 

The redemption from Egypt; 

My mother danced with Miriam 

By the Red Sea. 

Together they ti-embled 

Before the Revelation 

On the mountain called Sinai 

Where an inheritance was writ. 

An inheritance forever 

So their children could live 

In the land of the Jews 

—I must go to Israel 

For I am a Jew. 



I am a Jew— my soul can never die 
For I clutch the TREE OF LIFE 
—I have lived through inquisitions, 
Wars and concentration camps 
And still my hunters see my face— 
I shall not perish from this earth. 
My hee holds and protects me 
From my enemies of hate and fear 
She is the Torah— The Tree of Life, 
The shield that guards me from my foe. 

So I have learned from my rabbis and teachers 

And blessed are they in the world to come 

They have taught me my heritage; 

They have shown me the Will, 

—Though in exile or in Israel 

I shall not forget my inheritance— 

For I AM A JEW. 




The Tree of Life's stately trunk, upholding 

us with its strength and nurturing us 

with its life-sustaining sap of knoioledge. 






Dr. Jechiel Lichtenstein, Hebrew 



Rabbi Moshe Beienholtz, Hebrew 




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Ml . Aimin Steif, Hebrew 



Rabbi Y. Dardac 
Mrs. J. Jofen 
Dr. I. Linik 
Mr. S. Silbermintz 



HEBREW 





Rabbi Eli Rosenmund, Hebrew 




Rabbi Harold Perlman, Hebrew 



FACULTY 




Vlr. Isadore Hoffman, Hebrew 




Miss Judith Cainy, Hebrew 




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Mr. Joseph Weinstein, HebretD 




Mr. Bernard Annenberg, Science 






Mr. Louis Kussin, Social Studies 



Mr. Paul Gendler, English 



ENGLISH 




Mr. Milton Spin, Mathematics 



Mr. L. Alper 
Mr. M. Applebaum 
Mr. I. Cantor 
Miss A. Epstein 
Mr. H. Epstein 
Mr. M. Feldman 
Mr. H. Fohr 
Mr. A. Glass 
Mrs. E. Green 
Mr. E. Grossman 
Mrs. E. Jacobson 
Mr. O. Minerof 
Mr. H. Raab 
Miss S. Sonnenfeld 
Mr. R. Sternberg 




Miss Zeva Epstein, Science 



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Mr. Jacob Godin, Language 



FACULTY 





Mr. Martin Lilker, Social Studies 



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Mrs. Esther Tessel, Business 






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Mrs. Gerti-ude Feuer, Language 



Mr. Robert Bassell, Englisli 



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Miss Gertrude Carmel, Secretary 




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Mr. John Santiago 



Modesto Suarez ( Tito ) 



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GRADUATES 



The Tree of Life's fruits of peiiection, 
blossoming forth in an array of splendor 
as eloquent testimony of the tree's toils. 



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CECILE BAER 

These are the bare facts about Cecile . . . 
Cecile "bears" up under . . . editorship of 
the newspaper, Arista, homework, and 
her liair . . . with her sponge-hke mind 
and winning ways, she has only one road 
open to her . . . the road to success . . . 
Tireless. 

.nsc Tinn irs» to ti3 



NAOMI BAUMOL 

A tnie "Crown Heights" product . . . 
noted for her himior and her good nature 
. . . has problem— where to go, basketball 
practice or ballet? . . . Naomi is, was, and 
will be an asset wherever circumstances 
will find her . . . Demure. 



BRENDA BEHRMAN 
A peaches and cream complexion . . . 
capped by a very feminine boyish haircut 
. . . Bensonhurst bom and bred . . . has 
distinction of being a senior freshman 
. . . Robust. 




T. L.ers (Talmud Lovers) 




BARBARA R. BERGER 

Mischievous Barbara is always at the 
scene of the crime . . . but never at the 
punishment . . . kindhearted . . . was 
voted "Best Aimt of the Year" by her 3 
nephews . . . "C" class ping pong champ 
is always energetic . . . 




You're not losing a nickel; 
You're gaining jive [lbs.] 
(E. Lifschitz) 





EVELYN R. BERNSTEIN 
Outstanding without a doubt . . . close 
friend of principal . . . making great 
"contacts" nowadays . . . rose to great 
heights during her four years to fix many 
a fluorescent light . - . great supporter of 
class auctions . . . Okay Barbizon, here 
she is . . . ready and willing . . . Statu- 
esque . . . 

.nnio ninn naio ni:;s 



MARILYN B. BLATT 

A ripple of laughter can always be found 
in still water . . . unpredictable . . . sin- 
cere ... an optimist till the end . . . great 
admirer of Euclid . . . even greater ad- 
mirer of Punchy . . . That's our Mimi, 
with the winning smile and Rock and 
Roll Record . . . Softspoken ... 



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RACHEL BODNER 

The girl with the envied complexion . . . 
known for her hearty laugh and ability 
to get into "unbelievable situations". . . 
Certain to win an Oscar for being the 
"World's Greatest Worrier". . . class pes- 
simist . . . voted Jotto Queen by Hebrew 
Teachers . . . Thumbs down on lipstick, 
the secret to her success . . . Winsome. 



ANNETTE BRAFMAN 

Annette has a "flair" for doing things . . . 
Former Beth Jacobian reformed by Cen- 
tral . . . remembered for her chic ap- 
pearance ... as head of the service 
squad she used her valuable asset— neat- 
ness . . . Petite . . . 

.yiK 111 oy min T\n'?n .id' 




Beat ynu to it! (J. Chodesh, R. Lasher, H. Bronstein, M. PoUak. 





REBECCA BRILL 
R. B. Real B'nai Akivanick . . . has the 
distinction of having the shortest pony 
tail in the longest growing time . . . al- 
ways one for P's and Q's . . . philosophical 
questions . . . her doodling during class 
provided the art material for the news- 
paper . . . Earnest. 

.•\vi Dn?3a ujni W3i 




Look ma, no cavities! (E. Lifschitz, S. Schiffenbauer, D. Neustader, E, Schroit) 




HANNAH BRONSTEIN 
School comedienne . . . with an unbeat- 
able combination of poise, talent and 
personality . . . creator of unbelievable 
situations in class room . . . Variety night 
and operetta show stopper . . . Captivat- 
ing .. . 

•D'^ss ra' ison n'ryi 'n»K ns' nips 



JUDY BUNIM 
Admired for her poise, envied for her 
beauty . . . the epitome of social achieve- 
ment . . . started social whirl with first 
sweet sixteen party . . . collects slightly 
used R. J. J. yamulkas . . . Gendler's 
only "Pet". . ."Does she or doesn't she" 
. . . she's a natural . . . Lovely. 




NAOMI BURSTEIN 
Dresses as charming as she acts . . . acts 
as channing as she is . . . the Burst'n 
artistic talent has been a necessary ele- 
ment in our sings and school productions 
. . . She is a real Bubila . . . Precious. 

.VT3 inuaK 't'DI ICN 



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BRYNA CHARNEY 

Stands out in any crowd . . . with her 
hair as black as ebony . . . skin as smooth 
as caramel . . . and a personality just as 
sweet . . . Bryna was the oomph behind 
the co-op . . . has a mischievous twinkle 
in her eyes . . . Amicable. 



DEANNE CHILL 

Providence's precocious present . . . Soph- 
omore head of service squad, kept school 
spotless . . . loves bowling, Iceland, and 
Yehudi Menuhin . . . voted "Yamulka 
Queen" by Y. U. boys . . . outstanding 
debater . . . sure to "drive" them nuts at 
Stern . . . Class Capitalist. 



DVORAK CHILL 

The original "shvesta kint" . . . does 
everything from Sing to Arista . . . from 
livening up the seniors to debating team 
. . . graceful skater adorned with beauti- 
ful sweaters . . . ready, willing, able 
Enghsh editor . . . Alert. 

.nj^3 "?!) n'^s rsi >n iwy nun ni3T 




Sure hope it's not soft-boiled! ( E. Levenson, C. Goldberg ) 



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JUDY CHODASH 
Vivid imagination— sees all . . . "have 
pen will write" . . . inspiration from 
"Maharal". . . gentlemen prefer blonds- 
She's a Bonn(e) girl . . . Sparkling. 



May I please leave the room 





ETHELEA COHEN 

Accomplished singer and chalil player 
. . . instilled on seniors mitten-making 
mood . . . only one to reach Mr. Steif's 
composition qualifications . . . admired 
by all who know her . . . 
.d'73 ■?!? ni'iv 31C aw inai on onriD nifbB' 



MIRIAM DOMINITZ 

American Sabre . . . this all arovmd gal is 
our most capable leader . . . led our sings, 
choirs, and Elchanette staff . . . dynamic 
member of Arista . . . won the hearts of^ 
all with her wann and charming person- 
ality . . . The Greatest. 



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TRINA DYCKMAN 

"Weakly" dieter ... an eight-term 
cheerleader . . . great follower of the 
North Star . . . worked on art staff of 
the Elchanette . . . tried her hand at 
ever>- math in the books . . . always 
ready to give propaganda for Mizrachi 
. . . Pert. 



BARBARA ELBAUM 

Bounced in late but . . . remained to go 
through many hair st\'les . . . Barbara 
reminds us of pink champagne . . . 
bubbly and . . . rosy cheeked . . . We 
enjoyed her unchanged smiling disposi- 
tion for three years . . . Thanks Bobbi 
. . . Enthusiastic. 




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INA J. ENGLANDER 

Ina is the proud owner of a pug nose 
that hasn't been tampered with ... an 
average that is the enw of man\- and a 
personalis.- to match . . . Jerseyite Veep 
does a heap of work . . . and more . . • 
Refined. 

.msi Q'nbK "rya 210 ^3»i in 'ks'si 



Getting ready for Mr. Kallner's class. 
(F. Waldman) 




sharing a siiiuliii ij. Chodesh, R. Shelkowitz) 





SARAH Y. FAIN 
Lover of children . . . was eager for a 
T, A. Central Merger— too late now . . . 
Introduced us to starch white collars . . . 
immaculate . . . our non-paid secretary 
. . . Competent. 



CORINNE J. FISCH 

Corinne entered class in wild sophomore 
year . . . contributed to class qualities 
herself . . . best of all she added to the 
merry confusion as the second "Chaya 
Fisch". , . member of the select Spanish 
six, but still maintained her oxford accent 
. . . Modest. 



HELEN M. FISCH 

Helen's sun-lamp turned her hair a fischy 
color ... as she hooked herself a black 
wardrobe . . . netted the presidency of 
Arista . . . and the pseudonym of "Chaya 
Fisch" from Maple St. . . . our best catch 
the friendship of Helen . . . Original. 



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BARBARA E. FORST 
Poise . . . black hair fashioned in the 
latest stj'le ... a name that teachers in- 
sist on pronouncing "Frost" . . . W'hat 
has she done? . . . nothing e.\cept becom- 
ing an Arista member . . . Co-editor of 
the Elchanette . . . Scholarship winner 
. . . hked bj' all . . . Accomplished. 

.nsna ns'i bss? n^io 



ROSALIE FRANKEL 

Roses are red . . . and so is Rosalie . . . 
always "read-y" . . . violets are blue . . . 
as Rosalie ... a tnie blue blood of Arista 
. . . colorful Hebrew editor of the news- 
paper, and bright head of Chagim Com- 
mittee . . . she will always be in the 
pink with us . . . Conscientious. 



GLORIA FRIEDLER 

Treasure' gal in action . . . class cookie, 
banana and tima fish supplier . . . knack 
for getting teachers into C-R-A-Z-I-E-S-T 
predicaments . . . distributes all the news 
that's fit to print . . . saves unfit news 
for appreciative back row . . . Treasur-er. 
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Beethoven's "Fifth." (J. Chodash, C. Sonnenfeld, R. Grossman, S. Fain, 
M. Dominitz, H. Bronstein, M. Pollak, Y. Senderowitz, F. Srebro, R. Lasher^ 
H. Sternberg) 





HANNAH FUCHS 

Known to all as just wonderful "Hen- 
chie" . , . great traveler ... to be found 
here, there, and everywhere ... a lively 
story teller helping to keep us awake in 
class . . . popular with all . . . Priceless. 




He's studying to be a principal. ( Mr. Gendler ) 





ROCHELLE FUCHS 

Freckle face Fuchs . . . Senior Class 
President . . . East Side good will ambas- 
sador to Y. U. H. S. . . . accomplished 
pianist . . . has that Chemise Look . . . 
makes a pretty picture . . . Generous. 

.nnm a^'?v mnv 



MICHELLE GANZ 

One of the "Big Three" . . . redhead 
without a temper . . . great supporter of 
Maybelline . . . one of the lucky eight to 
remain in sten class . . . loves to play 
Mah Jong . . . owns stock in Kleenex 
Corp. . . . Animated. 

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PEARL GAYER 

Mr. SteiPs dikduk girl . . . her quiet 
manner brought forth many a brain- 
stonn . . . speaks fluent Hebrew . . . and 
Sephardit too . . . always manages to get 
her point across . . . "My heart is in the 
east" ... a welcome addition . . . 



AVIVA GERSHUNI 

Possesses worldly knowledge ... is 
ready to refute all remarks with great 
logic . . . expert at using dance as an 
instrument of e.xpression . . . backbone 
of the Hebrew Dance club , . . our suc- 
cessful fimctions are due to her partici- 
pation . . . Versatile. 





EENY-MEENY-MINEY-MOE 



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ESTHER GEWIRTZ 

Esther may have had Mordechai, but 
our Esther has her davening class' pro- 
tection from Hanian . . . She refrains 
from Hamantashen, or any other caloric 
delicacy for very unobvious reasons . . . 
as Queen Esther coimseled the Jews 
... so our Esther counseled us as Presi- 
dent of the Senior Council . . . Effi- 
cient . . . 




For this we cut? (C. Fisch, N. Khiss, E. Cohen) 




REBECCA GEWIRTZ 

Connecticut's kaniving cackled . . . Pearl- 
man's pet peeve . . . led class as presi- 
dent . . . writes poetry . . . Waterbury 
Gazette headlines "Becky goes on diet 
. . . loses tail" . . . Jovial . . . 

•lisnn '3D3 iniyn i3t -p i'k 



NAOMI GLEICHER 

Outstanding qualities . . . words fail us 
for description . . . "When cometh such 
another" ( Shakespeare ) . . . Respected . . . 

.Diyn 11D3 'Sisi mina ■'3'? 



CAROL GOLDBERG 

She's got the vocabulary that keeps us 
rolling . . . she Morehs the Morahs and 
Morahs the Morehs . . , Latin Lover 
. . . blond, blue eyes ... a combination 
hard to beat . . Spicy wit . . . 

.01 iina Di 



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LIBBY GOLDBERG 

Libby is our own "Libah" with a truly 
golden heart ... a finalist in the SAT 
scholarship gave her the distinction of 
being the first in school history to do 
this ... an eager student, we wish her 
success . . . Inquisitive . . . 

.310 p'rn ,iT i3Nb najpi inv'? iMa 



JUDY GOLDMAN 

Judy comes to us from afar . . . loves to 
knit . . . won Hoffman over by knitting 
him a scarf . . . ardent follower of Dior 
. . . style conscious . . . member of 
Freshman council . . . Well traveled . . . 




PEARL GREENBAUM 

Envied for her curly hair . . . permanent 
"Permanent" . . . diligent worker . . . 
.she talks fast and always has the correct 
answer . . . has the neatest comprehen- 
sive notes due to her two years of steno 
. . . She's a Gem. 




It should happen to us. 



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LINDA GREENFIELD 

Legal hostess of own "Boro Park home 
center" . . . can write prose or poetry 
for any occasion . . . activity editor for 
yearbook . . . tests no-doze before tests 
. . . both pass . . . loaded with special 
Hizme's from special people . . . Leiba- 
dick. 

.D'i!5no nbsi Q'pnna nan 




Covering cracks. 
(R, Frankel) 





RUTH GROSSMAN 

. . . Always at the top of her class . . . 
She proved to be a great playwright by 
saving many a Central assembly . . . dry 
humorist . . . models . . . Feuer's pet 
without trying ... a rather unique ac- 
complishment . . . "our marvel-does 
travel" . . . Witty . . . 



CAROLYN HAUT 

. . . Chippie will always be remembered 
for the fiery way she fought for what 
she thought was right . . . member of 
Service Squad . . . avid reader . . . fav- 
orite pastime— eating . . . plans to go to 
Brooklyn to pursue her M.R.S. . . . 
Charming . . . 

.nn'3 nn:3 n'tt'j nnzrn 



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REBA M. HOSINKING 

Class secretary-treasurer . . . ice skating 
fiend . . . started craze for knitting 
crew-necks . . . always causing uproars 
in class by naive sounding remarks . . . 
a real "Pioneer" . . . daughter of "Joe 
King & Orchestra" ... At present our 
Reba's just playing the field . . . effi- 
cient . . . 



RITA ISRAEL 

A mathematical abihty put to use as 
head of the Math Club . . . Vice presi- 
dent of Arista ... a screwball for un- 
screwing Central's screwed chairs . . . 
artistic ability . . . enhanced by her 
apple cheeked cheeks . . . Sweet . . . 

.3N nritt^n nasn r.3 




I'm pretty funny, aren't I? (Mr. Cciic 





DEBRA KEEHN 

Member of numerous "Keehn Clan" . . . 
nature lover-friend of the "Baer" . . . 
"still they gazed— still their wonder grew 
. . . that one small head could know all 
she knows" . . . Sincere . . . 

•in nvwm d^v;: 




Hail, ( Hoflfman ) 




NAOMI KLASS 

A real Brooklyn "Daily" ... a "Pioneer" 
in the select Spanish class . . . spent a 
year with an unpredictable typewriter 
... A "klassical Singer" . . . Good 
Humored . . . 
.2113 2b ? mxn ,12 p2T'i:' n2iB •\-\-i nm ht^k 



ROCHELLE KLAUSNER 
Shelly . . . busy career girl . . . models 
own clothes . . . dances, too . . . one of 
the "Sten" group . . . modulated voice 
. . . very gentle in manner . . . Lov- 
able . . . 

.('7m nxo "bm,o n-nt ■'!2i2 hjst i,i 



BEVERLY KLEIN 

Witty Spanish student . . . eager "bev- 
er"ly . . . likes Y.U.H.S. enough to bring 
along younger edition . . . her sweetness 
never leaves a bad after taste . . . Calm , . . 

.Dyj 'iTsx wn nis 



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LEONA KOLITCH 

. . . Leona caused the greatest excite- 
ment when she was bitten by a cat . . . 
the cat died . . . worked hard as sing 
committee member . , . Vice president 
of Soph class . . . it's a real joy to know 
her . . . Prankster . . . 



CAROL KORB 

Chicago White "Socks" fan . . . spar- 
kling accent . . . Arista member . . . sure 
to make best seller list— with novel, short 
story or poetry . . . Centralized "Benos" 
girl . . . first step to fame— school Alma 
Mater . . . actress . . . Refreshing . . . 



EILEEN KRAMER 

Always happy to please . . . big "Sister 
Eileen" . . . Arista member . . . tutors 
squares and triangles . . . Care Taker of 
the lounge . . . Steadfast . . . 



Major leagues. (S. Lipnack, R. Fuchs, M. Rabinowitz, M. Ganz) 





HEDY KUFLICK 

Priceless voice . . . provides us with free 
entertainment . . . her sketches prove 
more interesting than those in an art 
museum . . . Hedy's punctilious notes 
and perfect manners endear her to both 
teachers and students alike . . . Trust- 
worthy . . . 
.r.i:^pnn ina^n ,inaDn^ nnnp won mw ^js 




Double feature. 
( L, Greenfield ) 





MARTHA KURTZ 

Sleepy head but always stayed awake 
long enough to excell in "Navie" class 
. . . intelligent Martha pursues math 
courses . . . pal of the Dewy Decimal 
system . . . sum total-Arista . . . 
Dreamer . . . 



ROSALIE LASHER 

Being one of the brightest in the class 
. . . never made her immune to class 
crime and punishment . . . joined the 
volleyball team in time to see it dis- 
solve . . . eccentric dresser . . . Inde- 
scribable . . . 



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ELEANOR B. LEVENSON 

Lilker's private summer secretary-winter 
student . . . ardent "Van Cliburn" fan 
. . . member of debating team from way 
back . . . practices filibustering in most 
classes . . . interests include Russian and 
law . . . plus more . . . Determined . . . 
.nasn min pa: 3'73 




ESTHER LEVINE 

Has risen from "Class to cr'A"ss . . . 
creative imagination . . . writes well in 
any language . . . has complete digest of 
everyones notes . . . Attentive diciple . . . 




liTfiTuLKFR f 




CONFIDENTIALLY, 

MY COMPETITORS 

are a bunch of bums 



ESTHER LIFSCHITZ 

Strawberry blond hair . . . fieriest mem- 
ber of basketball team . . . manages to 
secure that green stuff for Flame by 
hook or crook , . . outspoken . . . un- 
hmited energy . . . Ambitious . . . 

.yin ITS'! T^ 'nns 



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Two got the money 

Two want the phone 

Won't it be funny 

If nobody's home? 

(C. Goldberg, H. Fisch, B. Forst) 






MOLLY E. LIND 

A picture of health, our Malkie holds 
the best attendance record in the school 
. . . member of the Barber shop Quartet 
. . . President of Mickey Mouse club . . . 
thrives on crossword puzzles and argu- 
ments with Mr. Steif . . . the terror of 
the back staircase ... a Queen . . . 

.irs pinip N>?3' TK 



SHEILA LIPNACK 

"The squad is in a huddle, Sheila's at 
the head "... Mali Jongg enthusiast . . . 
one of the first to have gumption to do 
away with pony tail fad . . . Pretty face 
that will do justice to any haircomb . . . 
Booby doll . . . 

.^^3■' Nin ry mu 



SUSAN MATKOWSKY 
Enriched with Massad vocabulary . . . 
cottage cheese, chocolate bar fan . . . 
would rather expand with the former 
. . . and expend with the latter . . . 
Susan is the rare blessing ... a student 
with loads of spirit . . . Pleasant dispo- 
sition . . . 



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PHYLISS MOTECHIN 
Motech . . . alias coffee girl . . . held 
as motto L & M (Lilker and Motech) 
. . . pre-test lecturer . . . Bobby's advisor 
. . . distributes mail to Pedagogues each 
morn . . . receives own male each 
eve . . . She's a bird (Tziporah) . . . 
Unique . . . 



TOBY NEWMAN 

Toby is one of the "I've got the cutest 
nephew in CrovxTi Heights" crowd, that 
lives in Williamsburg . . . Toby is Tovah 
at business managing ... ice skating . . . 
and yearly lark to Lakewood . . . proud 
pupil converted to proud professor on 
Sundays . . . Persuasive . . . 



DORIS NEUSTADER 
Old line of Neustaders was renewed with 
our Doris . . . Connoisseur on clothing 
. . . everlasting blush . . . stately and 
queenly ... a favorite gtiest of Garten- 
berg and Schecter, Liebowitz and others 
. . . we can't blame them . . . Serene . . . 




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The Rambam Mcnnbo. (E. Schroit, T. Xewnian, F. Waldnian) 




NAOMI NUSSBAUM 
Our overactive "Ads for the Elchanette 
or no pictures" manager . . . Naomi of 
the Bible couldn't possibly be sweeter . . . 
her charm is but equalized by her brains 
which led her into Arista . . . Chainaf- 
dick . . . 




He's just a fellow who can't say yes. 
(Rabbi Friedman, M. Dominitz) 





JANET OSELKA 

Jeanette, Janet, Olshin . . . aU add up to 
one vivacious Oselka— spelled without an 
apostrophe . . . always knows the latest 
songs . . . spirit of free periods . . . our 
behind the scenes success for the Purim 
Operetta . . . quick with the quip . . . 
Keen . . . 

.rmnv> — 2'? ^•\<e•>'?^ 



MYRNA POLLAK 

The girl whose typing abihty saved an 
entire World History class . . . This 
brought her the typing editorship of 
"Elchanette" . . . loves science, music, 
bowling and sadistic jokes . . . never the 
less— is sweet and gentle . . . Grand . . . 

.ms' D':s 13D3 ms i'D nx '^ap:: 'in 



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MYRA RABINOWITZ 

First and foremost with all the latest 
styles . . . Spends most of her time 
shortening hemlines on numerous skirts 
. . . heads Art club . . . talent is well 
remembered back in the good old days 
with Mrs. Jacobson . . . Striking . . . 

.Qijs TD" n^<v ■j'7 



TRUDY ROSEN 
Eye catching cheerleader . , , ear catch- 
ing voice . . . meticulous about man-y 
things . . . hair styling moods varying , . . 
She's a Rose'n our midst . . . Sleek 

.liw"? nnn 2^m irm 





Say cheese. ( R, Gewirtz, J. Bunim) 



ROSLYN ROSENBERG 

Stately comic . . . trigger quick at back 
talk . . . inquisitive Israeli— but well 
versed . . . surprises teachers b\' fre- 
quently correcting them . . . lover of 
outdoors . . . Mr. Gendler's Shakespearean 
expert . . . Carefree . . . 



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Stop looking at us in that tone uf voice. (G. Friedler, S. Fain) 




SYLVIA ROSNER 

Graceful ice skater . . . the cause of 
sudden sprouting of Israeli blouses . . . 
reminiscent . . . perfect features fit a 
perfect face . . . Pretty . . . 

.-[11 ^Ti^nn ■'iwn. 



SANDRA A. SAMET 
Sandy will always be remembered for 
her crinolines . . . has energy without 
limit . . . never to be seen doing nothing 
. . . has devoted her time and talent to 
art work on tlie Elchanette . . . served 
on service squad . . . superior sten student 
. . . Lively . . . 



SUSAN SCHIFFENBAUER 
45 record on 78 speed . . . believes foun- 
dations are the key to a girls success . . . 
smart, sweet, smiling . . . best example— 
our Susie . . . Cute . . . 

? mon n?3 — n^ip nyi 



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PEARL SCHLISSEL 

Quiet, yet active . . . closest friend during 
her four years at Central was the English 
chumash . . . her other friends were many 
. . . aroused test phobia in senior class . . . 
She holds the key to future success . . . 
Jeweled . . . 



ELAINE SCHROIT 
Director of ever so popular "Schroit's 
Boarding house" . . . answers to the name 
Elkie . . . similar to '59 Chrysler— dashing 
plus that forward look . . . exhuberant, 
exhilerant, extrovert . . . 

.nb m'tt'N DStt'Tsi ion 



LORRAINE SCHWARTZ 
Lorraine, our Pot Cheese Queen is Car- 
mel's girl Friday . . . constantly remind- 
ing us to be diet conscious, she hopes to 
become a dietician . . . blue eyed red- 
head . . . Mr. Becker's pride and joy . . . 
Deft . . . 

.310 ■[nwa DC 210 




"Come my tan faced children"— Walt Whitman 
(top row; Pearl Shlissel, Judy Chodesh, 
sitting: Frieda Weinstock, Felice Witztum) 




YOSPA SENDEROWITZ 

Captain of Lebavitcher Rabbi cheering 
squad . . . heads advanced tooters and 
whistlers . . . takes lessons from "The 
Rabbi " ( switchboard etc. ) . . . Friendly 




Opposites attract. (Madame Feuer, Mrs. Tessell) 



.mnnn nx nnms 





HARRIET SEPTIMUS 

Synonymous with her name is the word 
Art . . . her talent was recognized in her 
capacity as Art Editor of the Elchanette 
. . . made Dennis the Menace a popular 
character in school . . . always in de- 
mand at election time . . . Agudanick 
. . . Creative 



SHEILA SHAPIRO 

Enthusiastic chalil player . . 



snake 



charmer . . . 
office work . . 
and cookies . . 
in typing class 



devotes free periods to 
. has imique diet of cake 

. acquired busmess skills 
. . . Considerate . . . 



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ROSELYN SHELKOWITZ 

"Come and kiss the blushing bride" . . . 
our first Kalah is also famous for her 
lovely voice . . . she sang at school func- 
tions and for the Mayor at City Hall . . . 
also served as senior class president . . . 
Berlin is where her future rests . . . Glow- 
ing ■■ • .niD' rrrsip .T?d 



SANDRA SINGER 

Inventor of Singer Crocheting machine 
. . . one of the Arista-crats . . . the 
only "Singer" who isn't a prima dona . . . 
scientific psycologist . . . Helpful . . . 

.y^n idi ni^ ddh 



You thought you saw me cheating! 



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CHARLOTTE SONNENFELD 

Lottie . . . angelic face with devlish sparks 
keeps us rolhng with her witticisms . . . 
School is a family affair . . . "Lotta" fun 
. . . Happy . . . 

.•\iW? rinn a'rm tcai 




The pause that refleshes. (D. Neustader, L. Greenfield, C. Waldman) 




PEARL SPIEGEL 

Good things come in small packages . . . 
this one contains a N. Y. state scholarship 
... a philosophy fiend ... an idealist 
. . . and someone who prefers arm chairs 
in lounge to wooden chairs in chumash 
class . . . Inspired . . . 



FRIEDA B. SREBRO 

The girl who brought the Yamulka craze 
to Central . . . Aside from getting 
orders from teachers, she headed the 
Yamulka club as a Sophmore . . . plans 
to follow her sister to Israel in the near 
future . . . Skilled . . . 



HINDA STERNBERG 

Hindy ... no relation to Eco teacher 
. . . Sweet as can be— never stem . . . 
She's got the cutest little baby face . . . 
silence is golden . . . Expressive . . . 



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RASHI STOLZENBERG 
"Yiddisha Meidel" brought a real chassi- 
dik spirit into the classroom . . . Beneath 
her quiet self \\'e found a sense of humor 
. . . she often surprised us with answers 
of her own interpretation . . . Kept li- 
brary alive with "Nigunim" . . . Inter- 
preter . . . 



HELEN STONE 

Busier than the citizens of Troy ... as 
president of school . . . member of 
arista . . . Helen Stone . . . more precious 
than gems . . . more brilliant than dia- 
monds . . . more modest than pebbles 
. . . Capable . . . 



CAROL RUTH TISSER 

'Tiss a mystery . . . how Carol combines 
basketball and poetrj' . . . Elchanette and 
bowling . . . humor and sincerity . . . 
'Tis no myster>- . . . She's Creative . . . 
Radiant . . . Talented . . . 

.-\2 I'N DIBI HD-' 173 



Escape (R. Hosinking, M. Lind) 





SHULAMITH VIM 

Boro Park "Shulamith" gal from Bais 
Yaakov . . . dark haired Seniorita . . . 
Godin's specialist in conjugating verbs 
. . . quiet, but worth listening to . . . 
Valuable . . . 




He's got the whole class 
in his hands. 
(Mr. Lilker) 






CHARNE E. WALDMAN 

Photo fiend . . . busily secures pictures 
of teachers in all kinds of actions . . . 
future IsraeU American . . . Competes 
with Rabbi Berenholtz for cutest dimples 
. . . evaluates wear and tear of everything 
. . . Haimishe Madel . . . 



FAY WALDMAN 
Wins hands down as the biggest sneezer 
of the Senior class . . . Capitalist: deals 
in babies and kosher I'Pesach products 
. . . Dictator-head of service squad . . . 
"Fay'Voring argimients . . . Bubbling . . . 

.'n TINT' ntt^K 



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KELDA WALLER 

Typing editor of Flame . . . Her sympa- 
thetic ear makes her a sympathetic lis- 
tener . . . typed her way through numer- 
ous history assignments . . . renewed our 
faith in diets . . . Our own Louella . . . 



REBA WEINER 

Sweetly pleasing in manner . . . Con- 
scientious . . . adheres to the motto 
"Think before you speak" . . . speaks 
French with a continental touch , . . 
Reserved . . . 

.itPD] law vs 1S1] 





Seventh inning stretch. 
(H. Wolf, C. Sonnenfeld) 



FRIDA WEINSTOCK 

A better South American dish than 
Enchilada Frida is tnily amazing . . . 
always coming up with a Tanach quote 
to surprise a teacher or class . . . devoted 
to library and service squad . . . studious 
. . . brains are matched only be her sin- 
cerity . . . Muy bien . . . 




THE BEGINNING OF THINGS TO COME 




FELICE WITZTUM 

Dynamic leader of the debating team . . . 
prefers front seat— it's what's up front 
tliat counts . . . beauty and brains com- 
bined . . . long haired music lover . . . 
member of National Honor Society . . . 
Eloquent . . . 



HELEN WOLF 

A lamb in wolf's clothing . . . softens the 
blow of defeat as witty sports editor of 
Flame ... up on all current events . . . 
flattering hair styles . . . looks and talent 
. . . can pass screen test . . . Appealing 

.n^an inns inns 




IXM9-' 



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Cecile Baer 



Rebecca Brill 



Barbara Forst 



Rosalie Frankel 



Aviva Gershuni SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 



Libby Goldberg 



Rita Israel 



Pearl Spiegel 



Helen Stone 



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The Tree of Life's evanescent leaves, 

fading quickly into seeming oblivion to 

he replaced hij new ones, hut neveiiheless 

engraving deep within our hearts 

the everlasting memory 

of unforgettable experiences. 



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i^y p>j^ '1^ 







Dear Rabbi Friedman, 

We enter— inexperienced, naive, shy, little Freshmen ... It 
doesn't take us long to change . . . Two weeks later, lo and behold 
—120 experienced, naive, shy little freshmen . . . How did we 
achieve this sudden success? ... It was Freshmen Day, the devil 
in disguise . . . We then joined Friedman's chain gang— A week's 
detention to make us Menschen??? . . . Speaking of menschen, we 
must mention Ted Kallner . . . The most, to say the least . . . "But 
Mr. Kallner, I can't take a bath today— It's only Tuesday". . . 
Teddy left his paw mark on Friedler by engraving POMOSTONE 
on her arm . . . Not only that, but Trina D. made a big slip and 
walked right out of it . . . You then introduced us to the men 
in the white jackets, with the little bottles . . . psh . . . big deal . . . 

Mrs. Green preached; so we became experienced, worldly, 
shy little freshmen . . . We must . . . We must . . . We must 
increase our brains ... A word to Rozzie V.—She who indulges 
. . . btdges . . . No language, so we resorted to our "Vomit" means 
of communication . . . Poor Paul Ravetch won our sympathy 
. . . We vowed to be good like mothers-in-law should . . . But 
our sympathy ended where Ruthie Tager began . . . The incident 
came to a close with dictator Helen W.'s composition SCENT- 
RAL . . . Rabbi Berenholtz left us for an operation . . . Asiya, 
Central's answer to Castro, arrived . . . Mrs. Jaffe made citizen- 
ship education— almost nice . . . Big Bob bugged us with this 
whopper: "How many rocks are there in Bermuda?" . . . Sandra 
Samet lost her appendix . . . We lost the Sing, in spite of our 
Freshman alma mater . . . Who said it's unheard of? . . . Deanne 
elected Service Squad head . . . Class dis-stink-tion pretty smelly 
. . . Marty taught elementary . . . added 1 + 1 and got . . . 
married . . . Rabbi Friedman you tried same, but got 2 . . . 
We discovered T.A. in time for co-ed Lag B'omer outing . . . 
This turned out to be the last one, so it's a good thing we 
enjoyed ourselves . . . We now become experienced, worldly, 
forward, little freshmen . . . 

Very truly yours, ■ 



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SOPHOMORE 



YEAR 



Dear Rabbi, 

Upon entering these rusty gates of learning, we were in- 
formed of our new title: Queasy Quadrates (an A. B.C. and D. 
square) . . . Mrs. Crenoport (we never could decide between 
Crenovich and Rappaport) taught heredity for nine months . . . 
S'cool inside, result: s'warm home . . . You guided our trip to 
the Islands of Langerhans where we met Mrs. Jacobson leading 
her Hudson Seal . . . Soon after, we received our CPA certificate 
(Copper Pounding Associates) as a compensation for our expul- 
sion from the United Benevolent Brass Breakers (UBBB quiet). 

We joined Mrs. Green's salon for weight losers and received 
our first-aid diplomas with Barbara F. as the victim ... If the 
kings ride on horses, what do the Central Queens ride on? . . . 
The BMT subway, of course. 

Rabbi Perlman engaged + Rabbi Perlman married = two 
free periods, even though you didn't know about them ... A 
stroke of the pen got us excused admits, even though you didn't 
know about them . . . We took our third language without 
knowing our first— you knew about that one. 

Mr. Ravetch awoke in a daze as the girls danced the CONGO- 
OOH . . . The sing Sing Sing was sung . . . "Hide the dirt some- 
where else" was the slogan of our Garbage Drive . . . The 
window was open; Trudy R. was about to jump. The whistles 
"blew"— but she was caught in the shades and colors of Mrs. 
Jacobson. 





\\'ho \\'ants a fire drill? We want a fire . . . Angry room 28 voted 
for Mickey Mouse instead of Howdy Doody . . . Miss Epstein 
taught us our pre-Jofen senior course for girls who want to know 
or for girls who want to say no. We could have used some of 
}our opinions on the subject, Rabbi . . . Rabbi Perlman went 
into competition with Macy's Nut Department . . . The Ford- 
ham Baldies mistook Mr. Spin for their leader. 

While conducting a seance with Dr. Beigleman as medium, 
we contacted the ghost of Chippy H. . . . Tziporah Magnani 
played opposite Burt Beigleman in the award winning Rose 
Tattoo . . . 

Famous last words; "I wouldn't say this class is boring, but 
there are 623/3 squares on the ceihng, plus one in the front of 
the room. 

Sincerely yours, 




Dear Charles, 

No more Central . . . we returned to find that we were ex- 
pected to attend a new school— Yeshiva University' High School 
for Girls . . . This }ear was a considerably dull one as far as 
mischief \\'ent. With most of us taking fi\e majors there was 
little time for extra curriciilar activities . . . Big Bob taught 
scholarship classes . . . modern Yiddish— with a Lits'asher accent? 
. . . Rise in cheese cake stock as we got Mr. Becker for history.' 
. . . We were back to ABC's ... To needy juniors— Mr. Steif . . . 
for two periods . . . We were called do\\Ti to Mr. Lilker: 
Q. "What do you plan to do when you graduate?" 
A. "You mean ij I graduate, don't }'ou?" 
Q. "Don't be funny. How about Stern College?" 
A. "Speaking of being funny— let's not be ridiculous . . . 
Suddenly every teacher resembled Alfred E. Newman . . . Mr. 
Beigleman left ... his poor e.xcuse being 'Tseit mishugim poh" 



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. . . and we thought he'd come up with something new . . . 
Madame Feuer blew her top and got a new one . . . Mr. Bassell 
set new standards for compositions: "Chew it up and spit it out" 
. . . "Moreh, have you got a five letter word for Jotto?" 

The fire in the boy's bathroom last year prevented us from 
having another Variety Night . . . But Rabbi, Central is only 
for— oh forget it! . . . Overjoyed to hear Mr. Gendler doing great 
in assistant principal's exam ... We inquired . . . "Will you be 
assistant principal of this school next year?" Quick thinking 
Gendler said: "I can't . . . I'm a 7 UP' man myself" . . . Shelky, 
what time is it? . . . Bowling took care of free periods and us 
. . . No chance of losing the sing— you didn't even let us qualify 
. . . Hadassah left to wed ... as good a reason as any . . . We 
celebrated Israel's tenth Independence Day with what you call 
a big shindig— even Mr. Hoffman had to force a smile. 

Three regents . . . five regents . . . who cares? . . . Save me a 
seat in Erasmus. I've always wanted to know what it was like 
to have boys in your class anyway . . . How dishgushting! We 
almost forgot Gotteshman . . . 

Yours, 





Hi Charlie, 

Back again with our tuition fees . . . We couldn't get our 
program cards before . . . not that we wanted them . . . Our 
summer romances all withered away as Rozzy's bloomed into a 
diamond . . . We were suspended! Mazel Tov! ... To the 
chusan and calah, we mean. 

Back again on probation, thanks to "lawyer" Miriam D's 
defense at Judge Lewin's ofiice . . . We got Jofen and MAN did 
she learn . . . She got into trouble with the Sophomores and 
their social . . . We, as experienced seniors, advised her. 



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Remember when Madame Feuer and Mrs. Jofen came out 
fighting as you, dear Charhe, warned them against pulling hair 
and anything else used as a substitute . . . The fight ended with 
victory in your hands (as usual) . . . Out of one fight and 
into another . . . Money is the secret ingredient in "Chock Full 
O'Nuts Coff^ee" and the Elchanette— only difference is . . . they've 
got it and we don't. 

We went out to take our Scholarship and College Board 
exams, when all we were told in Mr. Lilker's class was that 
Mr. Bassell's "advanced course" did us no d good. 

Central on a hot tin roof . . . Our burns burned Moreh as the 
seniors discovered Solarium . . . Admission by reflectors only . . . 
We, an eager group of ambitious seniors, armed with determina- 
tion, presented a show. Did you see That Certain Smile on Dr. 
Lewin's face? . . . The seniors staged a Passover revival . . . 
exodus Lewin . . . Hallelujah!!! . . . We learned entirely by 
accident that we are blithering idiots as we innocently sat in 
Mr. Sternberg's Economics class . . . Studied socialism . . . prac- 
ticed during tests . . . Won't marks be proud? . . . Mr. Weinstein 
returned the Novie papers. Moreh, what does CC stand for? 
Copy Cat my dear girl . . . We conformed to non-conformism 
. . . Charlie, who did you meet at the social? . . . Crown Heights? 
Boro Park? Flatbush? . . . result: The Lost Weekend . . . Weren't 
you flattered when . . . Hannah B. subbed for you in the 
operetta? 

We, the defiant ones, want to live, so we journey from the 
bridge on the River Kwai to the Inn of the Sixth Happiness . . . 
Sayonara . . . 

Goodbye, 



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ACTIVITIES 



The Tree of Life's branches, sprouting 
forth from the primary function 
of education and extending outivard into 
a large scope of varied fields. 



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G.O. FALL TERM Standing: P. Kuflick; A. Goldstein; E. Schroit; 
T. Mark; A. Savitsky; B. Rokeach; A. Rosenbaum; D. Preiser; C. 
Wactenheim; R. Shoek; R. Grossman. Sitting: R. Shelkowitz; R. 
Fuchs; E. Rimalt; M. Rabinowitz; N. Burstein. 



GENERAL ORGANIZATION 



G.O. SPRING TERM Standing: A. Goldstein; B. Fine; R. Shelko- 
witz; H. Goldberg; A. Silver; M. Geisler; E. Wein; G. Zweibel; C. 
Leiber; M. Tennenbaum; E. Herman; F. Weinstock; F. Fine. Sitting: 
E. Rokeach; M. Lind; K. Shmidt; R. Halberstam; E. Fuld. 




Miss Epstein, Faculty Adviser 



Every student is a member of the Gen- 
eral Organization and is represented at 
its meetings by her class officers. Among 
the many duties performed by the G.O. 
is the formation of clubs, the arrange- 
ment of student assemblies, and the 
raising and appropriation of funds. The 
coordination of the Debating Team, 
Service Squad and Basketball Team is 
another of the organization's activities. 
Our annual Chanukah Chagiga and Pur- 
im Function are held under the G.O.'s 
auspices. Theater parties to raise funds 
for the treasury are run during the year. 
To this end, a successful Theater party 
to the Broadway hit show "Vlusic Man" 
was held in February. 

This past year Helen Stone was Presi- 
dent assisted by Ina Englander, Vice- 
President, Gloria Katz, Secretary, and 
Gloria Friedler, Treasurer. These officers 
have successfully performed the many 
responsibilities of the position and have 
presented the school with a well organ- 
ized and active G.O. 



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Helen Stone, 
President 




Ina Englander, 
Vice President 



Gloria Katz, 
Secretary 



Another phase of student activity is the Senior Council. Under 
the leadership of Esther Gewirtz, the Senior Council has dealt 
with various senior problems. The girls have built up an im- 
pressive list of achievements. For the first time in the history of 
Central, a Spring Social was sponsored. Unique senior pins 
("They said it couldn't be done") were obtained. The Council 
dealt with many details pertaining to graduation including the 
ordering of caps and gowns. Climaxing an exciting Senior Year 
the girls declared Senior Day. 




Gloria Freidler, 
Treasurer 



SENIOR 
COUNCIL 



SENIOR COUNCIL Left to right: E. Schroit; Debby Chill, Secre- 
tary; D. Kheen; Esther Gewirtz, President; C. Tiser; R. Grossman. 





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ELCHANETTE 



Barbara Forst, 
Co-Editor 



Miriam Dominitz, 
Editor-in-Chief 



Debby Chill, 
English Editor 



ART STAFF Naomi Burstein, Head; Rita Israel; Harrfet 
Septimus, Head; Sandra Samet; Myra Rabinowitz. Stand- 
ing: Trina Dyckiiiaii; Hannah Bronstein. 






Naomi Gleicher, 
Hebrew Editor 




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Elchanette '59 is the product of the 
work and energy of the Senior Class. It 
is the last tribute the Senior Class pays 
to the school. In it are expressed the 
growth and maturity gained in four 
years spent in Y.U.H.S. 

The editors of the Elchanette wish to 
thank Mr. P. Gendler, English teacher, 
and Mr. A. Steif, Hebrew teacher, for 
their assistance and untiring patience. 



ACTIVITY EDITORS Carol Tisser; LincLi Greenfield; 
Hannah Bronstein; Helen Wolf; Carol Korb; Aviva 
Gershuni. 





Myrna Pollack, 
Typing Editor 




Charne Waldnian, 
Photography Editor 



Toby Newman, 
Business Manager 



Naomi Nussbaum, 
Business Manager 



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ARISTA First Roiv: Helen Fisch, President; Rita Israel, Vice President; Mr. Lilker, 
Adviser; D. Chill; B. Forst; E. Gewirtz; C. Korb, Second Roic: R. Frankel; F. Waldman; 
M. Dominitz; E. Kramer; S. Singer; E, Ritholtz; C. Baer. Third Row: F. Witzitum; 
H. Kuflick; H. Stone; F. Weinstock; M. Kurtz; V. Rosenbaum; G. Katz; M. Gotlieb. 



ARISTA 




The Segulah Chapter of the National Honor Society formerly 
known as Arista, has distinguished itself in many ways this year. 
Although its name is changed its importance and significance in 
the school has remained the same. Its members, totahng 35, 
represent excellence in scholarship, character, and service. This 
year qualifications for acceptance was increased my raising the 
required scholastic average to above S?";. Among the societ>''s 
activities is the maintenance of a tutorial system where many 
students receive help. A theater party to "Sunrise at Campobello" 
and a Yom Ha'Atzmaut assembly and celebration which included 
the sponsoring of Hebrew speaking day were also conducted by 
its members. 

Helen Fisch, President, Rita Israel, Vice-President, Mr. Lilker, 
faculty advisor, and all the graduating members hope that the 
dedication of the society and its members will continue, and that 
its good work will grow in its influence and importance. 



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THE FLAME 



THE 



FLAME 




FLAME 
Cecile Baer 
Marjorie Hochberg 
Helen Fisch 
Dianne Reitman 
Eleanor Levenson 
Marion Rabinowitz 
Rosalie Frankel 
Helen Wolf 
Rebecca Brill 
Kelda Waller 
Esther Lifschitz 
Carol Goldberg 



STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief 

Ass't Editor 

News Editor 

Ass't News Editor 

Feature Editor 

Ass't Feature Editor 

Hebrew Editor 

Sports Editor 

Art Editor 

Typing Editor 

Business Manager 

Ass't Business Manager 



FLAME STAFF Sitting: R. Frankel; H. Wolf; C. Baer; 
M. Rabinowitz; R. Brill. Standing: E. Levenson; E. Lif- 
schitz; H. Fisch. 



The Flame is a true organ of expression 
of the student body. This year, the news- 
paper introduced an important innova- 
tion, in the form of printed issues. Several 
other changes have been made which 
have contributed greatly to the improve- 
ment of the Flame. 

The first and most important of these 
changes, has been the addition to the 
staff of members of the lower classes. 
Thus the Flame's coverage of important 
school functions expanded. Still another 
important change has been the addition 
of a Hebrew section to the newspaper, 
thus making the Flame worthy of its 
position as the paper of a school which 
offers a combination of both Hebrew and 
Secular studies. Finally, the Flame has 
endeavored to present important aspects 
of school life in their true light regard- 
less of whether they are positive or 
negative in their application. 




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DEBATING TEAM Felice Witzihim, Head. Standing: M. Geis- 
ler; D. Reitman; J. Katz; M. Rabinowitz; H. Seigal; J. Bleifeld. 
Sitting; G. Zweibel; S. Adams; D. Chill; Deb. Chill. 



Central girls, like normal members of 
the female race, enjoy talking. One 
legal way of doing this in school is by 
joining Central's famed debating team 
under the talkiitively able leadership of 
Felice Witztum. 

The members of the debating team 
join in interesting inter-team debates and 
more challenging ones with various other 
schools. The usual outcome of these 
debates are victories for Central. 



ENGLISH 



DEBATING 





J.V. DEBATING TEAM Debby Chill, Head. First Row: M. 
Adams; M. Stern; R. Adelman; D. Kaplan. Second Row: F. Witzi- 
tum; A. Burstein; B. Goldberg; S. Ofsink; G. Hochberg. 



HEBREW DEBATING 



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HEBREW DEBATING TEAM Standing: Judy Taubenblatt, 
Head; R. Kalish. Sitting: J. Greenfield; S. Feldman; R. Halber- 
stadt; M. Stern; D. Beeber. 




ENGLISH LIBRARY SQUAD Seated: R. Stolzenberg; 
Mr, R. Bassel, Adviser; P. Motechin. Standing: S. Mat- 
kowsky; R. Shelkowitz. 

LIBRARY 

Ours is a completely catalogued and efficient 
library. It is the one room where peace reigns 
during the fourth period and lunch. Equipped 
with an excellent selection of both English and 
Hebrew fiction, non-fiction, and reference books, 
the library plays a vital role in our school life. 
As faculty advisers. Rabbi Perlman and Mr. 
Bassel, were invaluable to the library staff. 



HEBREW LIBRARY SQUAD F. Weinstock; M. Stern; 
Rabbi H. Perlman, Adviser; A. Savitsky; R. Freeman. 





SERVICE SQUAD 

The Service Squad is one of the vital organs in 
Central's student body. The squad, headed by 
Fay Waldman, is a well organized group work- 
ing to maintain cleanliness and to prevent con- 
gestion in the hallways. This dual responsibility 
is accomplished by stationing squad members in 
the lunchroom, lounge, and staircases. Further- 
more, the posting of signs helps to indicate the 
proper facilities for entrances and e.xists. 

SERVICE SQUAD Fay Waldman, Captain. 
First Row: S. Ham; L. Langner. Second Row: 
R. Septimus; P. Kuflick. Third Row: A. Savit- 
sky; M. Tennenbaum. Fourth Row: T. Hilsen- 
rad; E. Gewirtz. Fifth Row: A. Gershuni; N. 
Lowinger. Sixth Row: D. Kaplan; N. Baumol. 
Seventh Row: A. Lieberman; S. Schiffenbaur. 
Eighth Row: R. Feldbin; E. Schroit. Ninth 
Row: S. Matkowsky; J. Oselka; E. Lifschitz. 



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BOOSTERS Back Row: J. Bleifeld; C. Scmidt; S. Goldblatt; B. Rokeach; J. Smith; 
S. Feldman; Sharon Taft, Leader; S. Mark; Susan Goldstein, Leader; F. Kramer; M. 
Ginsberg. Squatting: M, Rabinowitz; B. Kopito; F. Kreiger; E. Mezi; G. Imberman; B. 
Warshaw; R. Dumont; A. Fenigstein. 



CHEERING SQUAD 



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Sheila Lipnack, Leader 



CHEERLEADING Back Row: D. Kaplan; G. Feld; T. Hilsen- 
rad; H, Bronstein; T. Dyckman; S. Shaingold; J. Minchenberg. 
Front Row: A. Burstein; E. Bronstein; E. Steinberg. 



Central's Cheering Squad consists of 
cheerleaders and boosters from all 
classes in the school. Cheerleaders have 
helped to enhven our games. They boost 
the morals of the players. The boosters 
were newly organized this year by B. 
Rokeach and S. Taft and have added 
color and spirit to our games. 

The girls practice after school and 
originate their own cheers. They are led 
by Sheila Lipnack. 



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BASKETBALL Standing: H. Seigel; J. Seif; C. Zeisel; M. Feld; J. Weinstein; J. Tisser; 
B. Strom; E. Lifschitz; S. Gold. Front Row. C. Tisser; Renee Golombeck, Athletic Man- 
ager; D. Wernick. 



SCHOOL 


DATE 


SCORE 




Ramaz 


Nov. 10, 1958 


Ramaz-41 


Central-29 


HILI 




HILI-50 


Central-33 


WALDEN 


Jan. 8, 1959 


Walden-60 


Central-31 


B'klyn Friends 


Feb. 10, 19.59 


Friends-56 


Central-33 


Lexington School 








for the Deaf 


Feb. 17, 1959 


Lex.-49 


Central-51 


Flatbush 


Feb. 19, 1959 


Flatbush-28 


Central-35 


HILI 


Feb. 21, 1959 


HILI-8 


Central-22 


Alumni of Central 


March 15, 1959 


Alumni-25 


Central- 11 




BASKETBALL 



The Basketball Team, under the expert guidance of "Debbles" 
Riback, coach, and Renee Golumbeck, athletic manager, had an 
extremely successful season. Meeting every week in the Kingsway 
Jewish Center, team members practiced volleyball, ping pong, 
piano, and . . . basketball. 

Credit must be given to Carol Tisser and Dvorah Wernick, 
co-captains, who aided their team to a commendable record of 
6-3 for the season. 



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BOOKROOM P. Motechin; C. Korb; E. Cohen; Rabbi 
Perlman, Faculty advisor; S. Moshel; R. Rosenberg; R. 
Stolzenberg. 



The hard-working bookroom stafF, under 
the leadership of PhyUis Motechin, and 
under the guidance of Rabbi Perlman, 
were responsible for our well kept book- 
room. During the course of the semester, 
books were given out and collected with 
the least possible disturbance to the 
regular school routine. 



BOOKROOM 



CO-OP 



CO-OP Bryna Chamey, Head; G. Stnilowitz; E. Schroit; N. 
Bauniol; S. Rosner; C. Mochelle; B. Berger; E. Gerwitz; E. Wein. 





Cential's co-op, efficiently headed by 
Br\'na Charney and assisted by Gloria 
Sti-ulo\\'itz, is a small, dark room known 
as "The Pantr\-." In its limited space can 
be found a \aried assortment of school 
supplies, offered to our student body 
with convenience and savings. 



Among the many extra-curricular activities sponsored by- the General Organiza- 
tion is a chib period. Every Wednesday, time is set aside for the meeting of 
many varied and interesting clubs. The entire student body participates, with 
each girl pursuing her own interest. 



CLUBS 



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DRAMATICS 



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Another opening, anothfeir 'ili^w'i ■WelJ'"i:iot'^'ex- at affairs such as the Chanukah Chagiga and 
i actly, it's more like .another , period, ,, another ; scbooLassgrnblies. 
\/ Dramatic Club. Although this club is not exactly 
/ \ an "American Theater Guild," it does serve our 



' 'future stars are true lovers of the 
theater and they devote all their spare time to 
make each presentatiqn a.suci^esf. -• ,,-•- ^ .. ., j 







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DRAMATICS Back Row. R. Grossman; G. Hochberg; H. Goldberg;' S. Wefniiian; J.' 
Tisser; R. Golombeck; M. Geisler; R. Kalish; E. Shapiro; Sivia Adams, Gladys Zwibel,:' 
Leaders. Second Row. S: Mark; H. Seigel; M,. Adams; V. Truckenheim; E. Herman, 
Front Rou;: R, Rosenthal; P. Monderer; N. Gotlieb; R. Bergstein; Phyliss Shapiro, Jeaii 
hoeb. Leaders. ' . [■■■"•': ;;o'' "'■'.■.T^ ,''"';i :-,,:!!ii: .! :'^i^-' Oi;?A 





CHOIR Seated: First Row: D. Chill; R. Shelkowitz; M. Rabinovvitz; M. Gottlieb; J. 
Chodosh; T. Newman. Second Row: Miriam Dominitz, Leader; R. Dumont; R. Hosin- 
king; R. Fuchs; S. Matkowsky; S. Samet; C. Sonnenfeld; J. Oselka; A. Lieberman; E. 
Levine; E. Puld. Third Row: P. Motechin; T. Glass; E. Orent; S. Werblowsky; A. 
Karash; E. Gewirtz; S. Damasak; G. Friedler; E. Schroit; R. Gewirtz; B. Liebermen; 
R. Rosenberg. Fourth Row: H. Fuchs; L. Greenfield; D. Wernick; N. Baumol; R. Stol- 
zenberg; V. Leiter; N. Lovvinger; R. Bodner. 



HEBREW CHOIR 

The largest club is the choir. Under the compe- 
tent direction of Miriam Dominitz, it has become 
one of the most active and popular clubs. 

Aside from learning new melodies and popular 
Israeli songs, the girls have performed on mem- 
orable occasions such as the Chanukah Chagiga 
and the Purim Operetta. 



Our ambitious journalists are tr\ing to perfect 
the st\le and stamp of individualit}' in creative 
writing. Their most important achievement this 
term was the examination of the daily press. This 
pursual consisted of comparing news and literary 
writing, gathering news, covering speeches and 
obtaining interviews. 

JOURNALISM CLUB 



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JOURNALISM CLUB First Row: E. Bernstein; M. Rabinowitz; Carol Goldberg. 
Leader; N. Nussbaum; S. Warseger; S. Wernick. Second Row: E. Diiborow; S. Of- 
sink; R. Elbinger; C. Preso; S. Trooper; D. Preiser; A. Leiberman. 





HEBREW DANCING First Row: A. Hook; S. Moshelle; S. Matkowsky; L. Schwartz; 
M. Rabinowitz; H. Fuchs. Second Row: Gloria Srulowitz, Asst. Head; Aviva Gershuni, 
Head; S. Goldblatt; A. Pohrelle; R. Hosinking; R. Fiichs; S, Gluck. Third Row: M. 
Doniinitz; C. Tisser; E. Orent; M. Kurtz; V. Leiter; G. Kurtz; C. Waldnian; J, Tauben- 
blatt; D. Preiser; M. Schiller; B, Nissel; C. Moshelle; M. Horowitz; M, Rappaport. 



CHUG RICKUD 

The girls who joined the Chug Rickud, under 
the direction of Aviva Gershuni, began to learn 
the basic steps. They worked themselves up to 
more difficult folk dances. The girls have danced 
in such school functions as the Chanukah Cha- 
giga and Purim Operetta. 



The Chalil Club's main objective is to learn the 
fundamentals of music reading. At the outset, the 
girls learn most of the notes and play many 
simple songs. By the end of the term, they have 
mastered all of the notes and many of the beau- 
tiful Israeli songs arranged for Chalil. 

CHALIL CLUB 



CHALIL Back Row: C. Lieber; D. Beeber; M. Stern; A. Schnal. Second Roto: S. 
Shapiro; M. Gotlieb; R. Freeman; R. Edelstein; J. Seif. Front Roic: M. Katz; N. Kurtz; 
A. Rosenbaum; L. Fine, 




HEBREW 
MUSIC 




HEBREW MUSIC First Row: K Klausner; H. Sternberg; C. Sonnenfekl. Second 
Row: F. Srebro; L. Levitan; V. Kresch; A. Silver. Third Row: S. Rokeach; R. Stolzen- 
berg; Susan Brodie, Abby Goldstein, Leaders; S. Matkowsky; P. Motechin. Fourth Row: 
R. Weiner; S. Fain; L. Langer; C. Waldman; S. Shapiro; B. Klien; B. Strum; F. Wein- 
stock; S. Rosner. 

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This is the first year that the Hebrew Music Club 
has been instituted into our vast array of clubs. 

Each week we concentrate on one particular 
Israeli singer and we play his or her records. 
Occasionally we hear reports on the individual 
vocalist. 

For each meeting girls ijrfng records, therefore 
we have a vast variety of music. If one would 
walk into the club while it is in process they 
would probably find the girls clapping and sing- 
ing along with the records. 



The classical music club is one of the newly 
formed organizations in our school. Its leaders. 
Fay Waldman and Barbara Forst, state that its 
objective is twofold: First ft endeavors to give 
those who ha\e had an introduction to great 
musical compositions an opportunity to further 
this knowledge; second it attempts to acquaint 
interested newcomers with the basic works of the 
great masters. This objective has been carried 
into effect through a flexible program u'hich in- 
cludes the playing of various selected records. 



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CLASSICAL 



MUSIC 



CLASSICAL MUSIC CLUB First Row: Fay Waldman. Barbara Forst, Leaders; E. 
Levenson; C. Haut; L. Greenfield; N. Baumol; M. Dominitz. Second Row: E. Gewirtz; 
P. Kuflick; B. Fine; E. Lifschitz; D. Chill; F. Witztum. Third.Row: C. Weisman; H. 
Kuflick; E. Schroit; T. Newman; S. F;un; C. Waldman; J. Bunini; S, Fuchs; R. Shelko- 
witz; E. Charney; S. Shiffenbaur; E. Kramer; S. Matkowskv. 



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CHAGIM COMMITTEE First Row. Rosalie Frankel, Head; C. Wernick; M. Rabino- 
witz; E. Wahsager; G. Hochberg; L. Lieberman; L. Fine. Second Row. J. Smith; B. 
Sachs; M. Tennenbaum; R. Adelman; B. Nissel; F. Kramer; S. Taft; A. Hook; S. 
Tropper; G. Shatz E. Rimalt. 



CHAGIM 

Due to the efforts of the chagim committee 
Y.U.H.S. has been kept up to date with all the 
various Jewish holidays. The posters add a fresh 



festive air to the corridors. In addition, the class- 
rooms have taken on a new look due to the daily 
signs giving the Hebrew date, the sedrah of the 
week and Hebrew month. The committee, led 
by Rosalie Frankel, has done a wonderful in- 
terior decorating job. 



■^c ]n!£-i ns" ipisn "IK'S nr:ij 2-\ nr.33n ij'7 vn ny^'n 

: i:nDJo ns jitrn'? nD''iDn mon un^^fn nnnnn ^i-r^so'? nmn 
mmtai usi .-iiDiy iivi^ ••'ny nxon '73N .•'Dvnr 'i^y mm 
nviay m^iysn njDCDm ;iB''7n nu-'cn riN mrsn nn^n'pnntt' 



CHUG IVRI 




CHUG IVRI Seated: R. Brill; P. Speigel; R. 
Feldbin; S. Singer. Standirtg: Naomi Gloicher, 
Hciul. 



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MATH CLUB First Row. E, Ritholtz; A. Silver; B. Goldberg; Rita Israel, Leader; 
N. Reisman; M. Gluck. Second Row. G. Lifschitz; F. Kramer; L. Langer; X. Bauniol; 
F. Weinstock. 



MATH 
CLUB 



The objective of this ckib is expressed in the 
negative; namely, that it is not a remedial math 
club nor intended to complement our regular 
math sessions. It is a club which is purely for 
those who love to "dabble in the art" of solving 
puzzles and mathematical riddles. 



Central's Office Squad is both large and busy. 
The girls do all sorts of jobs in assisting Miss 
Carmel, the secretar\'. They work the switch- 
board, take around attendance sheets, address 
envelopes and perform many other small, but 
important, tasks. The girls gain experience which 
will be of great future x'alue. 



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OFFICE 



SQUAD 



OFFICE SQUAD S. Fain; L. Schwartz; E. Gerwirtz; 
Miss Carmel, Secretary; N. Reiman; Y. Senderowitz; P. 
Motechin; R. Feldbin. 







CHANUKAH CHAGIGA 



Our Chanukah Chagiga, one of the major under- 
takings of the CO., was held this year in B.T.A. 
Festivities promptly commenced with the digni- 
fied ritiial of lighting the Chanukah candles per- 
formed by Rabbi Moshe Berenholtz. This was 
followed with an address befitting the occasion 
by Mr. Josef Weinstein. At this point, the pre- 
sentation of the evening's entertainment was 
assumed by the girls themselves. Goldie Feld, 
an amusing and witty M.C., provided the ap- 
propriate introduction for the various performing 
groups. 

First, the Hebrew dancers, led by Aviva Ger- 
shuni, performed a series of popular and 
interpretive Israeli dances. Next, a group of 
Chalilists, under the able direction of Yospa 
Senderowitz and a choral group, led by Phyllis 
Motechin, presented a medley of Hebrew songs. 
The program ended with a short comic skit en- 
titled "Malke and her Latke Makers." The entire 
evening was acknowledged as entertaining and 
highly successful. 




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PURIM OPERETTA 



At the end of February the usual plans for Cen- 
tral's Purim Carnival were started. Many ideas 
wefe-iinder discussion when suddenly a Purim 
Show was suggested. Six weeks later, on Sunday, 
Marcli 29, at approximately 10:30 p.m., a "band 
of noble girls" were saying, "Wouldn't it be fun 
if we could do it all over again?" They had pre- 
sented "That Certain Smile" and the show proved 
to be a tremendous success. The producers, 
Helen Stone and Helen Wolf, the directors, Miri- 
am Dominitz and Janet Oselka, and the scenic 
designer, Naomi Burstein, had "Certain Smiles" 
all over their faces. The presence of a large 
amount of guests \'ery naturally added to the 
general exuberance. 

"S'wonderful, Smarvelous" to set a good 
precedent. May the future Student Councils be 
as radical in their ideas and as successful in 
their endeavors. 




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C H A R 1 1¥ D R I V E ^ ^ 



Each year, Yeshiva University, conducts a charit)' 
drive which is continued for ten \yeeks. All the 
undergraduate schools participate. Central, under 
the leadership of Bryna Charriey, coritributed 
over$400-0d.' 

The money was collected in various ways. 
Some classes held auctions and others cake sales. 
The G.O. also contributed to the charity drive by 
giving 25f of the proceeds from the Purim. 
operetta. 

The money was divided among many worthy 
charities both here and in Israel. 



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MOTHER- 
DAUGHTER 
LUNCHEON 



Under the chairmanship of Mrs. Goldblatt, the 
annual VIother-Daughter luncheon was a great 
success. Greetings were extended by Dr. Lewin, 
Hebrew Principal, and by Mrs. S. J. Chill, P.T.A. 
President. The highlight of the afternoon was a 
fashion show with our own girls modeling the 
dresses. 

A wonderful afternoon was the opinion of one 
and all. 



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LAG B'OMER 



This year our annual Lag B'omer outing was a 
trip to Bear Mountain. All those participating 
met in school at 10 a.m. and then left in a group 
for the boat. The girls were accompanied by- 
Rabbi Friedman, Mrs. Green, Dr. Jofen, Miss 
Z. Epstein, Rabbi Perlman, and VIr. Cantor. 

At Bear Mountain the program followed was 
similar to those of our previous outings to Alley 
Pond Park. This included a picnic lunch, basket- 
ball, volley ball, and races. 

The return tiip was marked by spirited sing- 
ing of Israeli songs. 




YOM HAATZMAUT 




We are proud of the extraordinary ruach dis- 
played by the girls of our school when we cele- 
brated Israel's eleventh anniversary. The day 
began with Tefillah followed by a senior break- 
fast. The Arista then held an assembly featuring 
a stirring cantata entitled "Rabbi Yehuda Ha- 
levi." The narrations were translated into He- 
brew by Naomi Gleicher, and the songs were 
led bv Miriam Dominitz. 



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SENIOR DAY 





AND SING 




It takes four years of hard work to reach the 
time when the seniors can celebrate their "Senior 
Day." On this memorable day the "Sing" is also 
presented, in which all the students voice their 
opinions and sing out their grievances against 
the school. The songs are written in fun with no 
harm meant. Each class presents a march, comic 
song and a Hebrew song. In addition, the seniors 
present an alma mater. 

It took us four years to graduate and four 
years of memorable events remain with us. In 
Fun, with Sarcasm, in Joy and in Sadness, we 
end Sing 1959. 



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CENTRAL ALMA MATER 



by Chaya Korb 



Ad ^ O ! i*1 ^ 



Yeshiva University High School for Girls 

You're the school that we adore. 

We'll maintain your banner blue and white, 

And your English teachings with "Yidishkeit.' 

We'll exalt your "Torah U'madah," 

For you bring out to all much "chochma." 

Central Yeshiva University, 

We will alwa\'s honor thee. 



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You will be our guiding light, 

As we follow your flag of blue and white. 

The Torah will give to us much "ruchniyut," 

As "Madah" builds up our "gashmiyut." 

Torah U'madah we exalt you. 

Central Yeshiva University 

We will alwavs honor thee. 








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LITERATURE 



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The Tl'e&OpIlJife's r(tdiarvt source'pervading 
the free' ivith its gentle ^Ibio df inspiration 
and replenishing the if &e loiih its 
substance for life.' 





THE HUMBLE TREE 



by CeciJe Baer 



Far off, in a small and obscure corner of the 
world, there once stood a forest of dazzling 
grandeur. This was the Forest of Education, and 
each of its trees was representative of one form 
of institution of learning. 

The trees of the forest were of a great variety 
of species. Nevertheless, they all seemed to share 
certain traits in common. To begin with, they all 
stood tall and erect, and their great height served 
to emphasize their mighty strength. Furthermore, 
they all seemed to be most healthy, and their 
hearty, robust appearance tended to indicate 
unfailing vigor. In addition, they were all the 
common possessors of an unfaltering sense of 
self pride. They seemed to be well aware of their 
handsome demeanor and of the deep admiration 
which they evoked from all who observed them. 
This caused them to assume a guise of haughty 
arrogance as they exalted in their self-impor- 
tance. Only one aspect of these trees failed to 
meet the high standard of e.xcellence which 
characterized all their other portions. This was 



their fruit, which, for some incomprehensible 
reason, was generally small, shriveled, and un- 
unsightly. 

Deep in the midst of this Forest of Education, 
however, stood a little tree which differed greatly 
from its brethren. This tree was of a rare specfes 
known as Arbor Yeshivae. It was rather short in 
height, and, unlike the rigid erectness of the 
other trees, it bent slightly. It also lacked the 
healthy vigor of its fellow trees and was, in fact, 
often plagued by minor illnesses and disorders. 
But the aspect which caused it to differ most 
greatly from the other trees of the forest was its 
humbleness and humihty. While all_ the trees 
around it spoke ostentatiously of their great im- 
portance, it kept silent and tended rather toward 
an attitude of self-abasement. The other trees 
mocked it and laughed at it incessantly. Never- 
theless, in spite of their scorn for this little tree, 
they were forced to admit that in one aspect, it 
far surpassed them in excellence. Its fruit was of 
an exquisite nature. Round, healthy and ripe, it 
was indicative of a pure wholesomeness of nature 
that could not be equaled. 

One day, a storm began to brew far off in the 
distance. At first it was merely an excessively 
strong breeze, but the little tree, upon perceiving 



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this early sign of a storm, was immediately filled 
with apprehension, and it began to take measures 
to protect itself and its precious fruit. The other 
trees, however, ridiculed its alarm over the small 
breeze, and took no precautions at all. Soon the 
breeze grew into a huge gust of wind, and this 
was presently accompanied by thunder, light- 
ning; and heavy torrents of rain. The skies dark- 
ened in anger; and the storm wreaked its 
vengeance on the earth. It raged for several days 
and nights; then suddenly, it ceased. 



Back in the Forest of Education, the signs of 
devastation were overwhelming. The trees, which 
had stubbornly maintained their arrogance 
against the storm, had been completely de- 
stroyed. Only one little tree remained standing 
—the Arbor Yeshivae. 

Thus, in spite of hardship and misfortune 
which have succeeded in quelling others much 
stronger than it. Arbor Yeshivae continues to live 
on, together with the institution of learning 
which it represents. 




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The Eternal Link 




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by Linda Greenfield 



Behold! this child, a mother's dream fulfilled, 
A heart of gold, his helping hand he lends . . . 
Desiring just a better world to build 
Through love of G-d who holds the very ends! 




A chain of Fate links through man's destined life, 
While in and out man's life it curves and bends; 
We cannot cut it with a blade or knife 
For, lo, 'tis G-d who holds the very ends! 



But darkness comes and happiness departs 
When mother leaves and through her sad death, rends 
Once joyous days of closely joined gay hearts . . . 
Now grieved, yet G-d does hold the very ends! 



Distressed in labor pains, in hope, in prayer, 
Both thoughts of sorrow and of joy she blends; 
With cries for help, a normal child to bear . . . 
All trust in G-d who holds the verv ends! 



Yet she's not dead, her soul's not far away. 
Her spirit shines, and through this child, extends 
True values lived and loved are here to stay . . . 
This, G-d doth know. He holds the verv ends! 



He heard her prayer, a normal child was born! 
With heart and soul and love this child she tends 
So grateful, hopeful and no more forlorn 
She praises G-d who holds the very ends! 



Indeed, the chain of Fate links through man's life. 
While in and out man's life it curves and bends . . 
We cannot cut it with a blade or knife. 
For, lo, 'tis G-d who holds the very ends! 



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,mjnnsn cie'd yion mnnsnn ins capv; iist^s 
crn^m c-'y^pn ,n,T'pip?n :rp.'7D ns csn; uscd 

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,'n sa„ : ■'n'7''Dn nw cmrpn rnniD Nin voti^'i' 

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.pnnno Ti-'-'n s^ — in-' c:i n^*ru^'^ 

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i3"'S -nsn nny lyi tsd ^3s ! ^sid-' ms t;3 ts 
^3 -i3i m:f-is3 cnmsDi cnnso .jri'si 1^3 



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JAVE ATQUE VALE 



by Linda Greenfield and Carol Korb 



I CAN'T FAIL I GOTTA PASS 'CAUSE I'M IN THE SENIOR CLASS 
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF JUNE 1959 GOODBY YOU ALL. 



I na Englander leaves 'veepitis' for someone else to fret. 

C harne Waldman leaves surprise poses far from etiquette. 

A nnette Brafman leaves the up and down staircases. 

Toby N ewman leaves the great pingpong championship. 

T alya Cohen leaves her English name of Ethelea. 

F ay Waldman leaves the secret service check of Kosher pizza. 

A viva Gershuni leaves her correctly spoken Ivrit technique. 

Rita I srael leaves her last name to a B'nai Akivanique. 

Beverly K L ein leaves the "Kleiner" boys, (we hope for bigger ones). 

Rosal I e Lasher leaves barbaric eating up to barbaric huns. 

G loria Friedler leaves her dough and not for Jewish Ethics classes. 

Janet selka leaves the purim Operetta and loads of admit passes. 

Martha Kurt T z leaves the formula of a quiet go-getter. 

Marilyn Bla T t leaves her silent noise without that zero letter. 

Cecile B A er leaves the Flame and Sweet Central's books. 

Sheila Li P nack leaves her knack of getting all kinds of looks. 

N A omi Nussbaum leaves her genuine sweetness which fill her from head to toe 

Rozy S helkowitz leaves a ring and 2nd hand watch-not Moe. 

Rochelle Klau S ner leaves quietness as her only crime. 




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C arol Tisser leaves her contacts and knack for making rhyme. 

Reb A Hosinking leaves her scales for Joe Kings' band. 

Hannah F U chs leaves as Henchy, alw^ays willing to lend a hand. 

Naomi Kla S s leaves as the gal with the Brooklyn Daly flair. 

E sther Lifschitz leaves her strawberry reddish blonde hair.. 

L I nda Greenfield leaves her famous comic songs written for our sing. 

Phyllis M otechin leaves the bookroom with the teachers' coffee boiling. 

Reba We I ner leaves us "hot dogs" to find a cool cat. 

N aomi Baumol leaves "Crown Heights Yeshiva;" now what do you think of that. 

Ber T ha Behrman leaves her freshman year which she never began. 

H annah Bronstein leaves her famous acting as a Sarah Bernhardt. 

E laine Schroit leaves as Elkie full of oomph and jest. 

S usan Schifenbauer leaves as champ for talking speediest. 

E velyn Bernstein leaves her height which is not 5 foot 3. 

Doris N eustader leaves her chemical diet for a class of Biology. 

Sarah Fa I n leaves with joy, we know she hopes for the best. 

Barbara F rst leaves her assistant editorship to take a little rest. 

R oslyn Rosenberg leaves her Ivrit anti-teacher debater. 

C haya Korb leaves Carol and the Central Alma Mater. 

L eona Kolich leaves the pranks she merrily did do. 

Kelda W A Her leaves the short walk from her home to Y.U. 

Pearl S piegel leaves her tongue for speaking power. 

Helen S tone leaves presidency up to Eisenhower. 

C hippy Haut leaves possible plans at Bar-llan for a while. 

Naomi Burst E in leaves her art work for "That Certain Smile." 

Yospa Se N derowitz leaves the switchboard for Central's Gertie C. 

Susan Ma T kowsky leaves her share of capability. 

R achel Bodner leaves the engagement ring which gives her face that gleam. 

B A rbara Berger leaves good naturedness to anyone who'll let off steam. 

L ottie Sonnenfeld leaves Central, the East Side's her 1st choice. 



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H edy Kuflik leaves the "Met" her Patricia IVIunsel voice. 

IVl I riam Dominitz leaves her bandleader hand that edited the Elchanette. 

Naomi G leicher leaves our wintry "glaciers" for an Israeli sunset. 

H arriet Septimus leaves her art as another Van Gogh. 

S andy Samet leaves her baby face which still has that glow. 

Deanne C hill leaves Rhode Island for the Roger Williams fan. 

H elen Wolf leaves the "wolf" and anyone who thinks he can. 

Judy G Idman leaves her goldish hair till lemon juice will disappear. 

Trudy R sen leaves her Ted and he's not a teddy bear. 

Rashi Sto L zenberg leaves Lebavitch with the morals he does stress. 

Byrna C harney leaves the co-op and its very neat mess. 

Sy L via Rosner leaves her pretty face for the Israeli mob. 

Barbara Elb A um leaves Mr. Bobby for a better secretarial job. 

S heila Shapiro leaves her chalil for any future whistler. 

RoSalie Frankel leaves the Chagim Committee for any hopeful chiseler. 

Libby G Idberg leaves Libby for the brain foundation. 

Rochelle F uchs leaves with hope for Cupi's choppah Station. 

J udy Chodosh leaves the school with the chadash look. 

Judy B U nim leaves her diary entitled "My Date Book." 

Sandra Si N ger leaves her invention of the Singer Crocheting Machine. 

Pearl Gay E r leaves that Pearly touch which can easily be seen. 

Frieda Wei N stock leaves South America for the mambo. 

Rebeca Br I II leaves her Brill-iant brains for the congo. 

Michelle Ga N z leaves Myra and Sheila, the 3 are musketeers. 

Frieda Sr E bro leaves some knitted yarmulkas, she's been working on them for years 

Myra Rabinowi T z leaves a face which is always full of smiles. 

E sther Gewirtz leaves the school with the latest styles. 

Pearl Gr E enbaum leaves the neatest notes our eyes have ever seen. 

Esther Levi N e leaves sincerity and a touch of the serene. 

Helen F isch leaves her unique bangs for a Greenwich Bohemian. 




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Ei L leen Kramer leaves us with the thought that she'd never commit a sin. 

F elice Witztum leaves the debating team for a Henry Clayish Whim. 

Shulami T h Vim leaves the school with vigor and with vim. 

IVI Y rna Pollack leaves the yearbook's typing with all its erasin'. 

Eleanor Leve N son leaves as class defender, our alias Perry Mason. 

Pearl SchI I ssel leaves all the weight she lost in four years. 

Molly Li N d leaves the Mickey Mouse club with its silly songs and cheers. 

R E becca Gewirtz leaves as our Connecticut's "greener." 

Ruth G rossman leaves Central for Jersey which is so much cleaner. 

L rraine Schwartz leaves as Central's Tallulah Bankhead. 

Carol G Idberg leaves us to go back to Forest Hills instead. 

D ebby Chill leaves English Editorship up to another Elchanette fool. 

De B by Keehn leaves another "keen" gal to roam Central Yeshiva High School. 

Hind Y Sternberg leaves the school holding the wrong test. 

Trina D Y ckman leaves her clothes in all their finest. 

C rine Fisch as last but not least in our "Bye bye" rhyming. 

J U niors and all the way down— we leave your suffering. 

A nd to the faculty, 

L et our motto forever be— 

L aissez faire and goodbye to thee. 



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ADVERTISERS 



The Tree of Life's penetrating roots, 
threadirig their way through endless obstacles 
in their valiant effo^is to provide the tree 
with the nourishment requisite 
to its daily existence. 



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BEST WISHES 
to 

THE GRADUATES 

THE GENERAL ORGANIZATION OF 
YESHIVA UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 

OFFICERS 
President HELEN STONE 

Vice-President INA ENGLANDER 
Secretary GLORIA KATZ 

Treasurer GLORIA FRIEDLER 



fAAZEL TOV and BEST WISHES 
to 

OUR LINDA 

from 

MOM and DAD 
HELENE and MANNY 
NASSANIEL and RENEE 
SANDY and DANNY and REUVEN 
UNCLE MORRIS and AUNT MOLLY 
UNCLE IZ and AUNT SOPHIE 
UNCLE IRVING and AUNT MOLLY 
UNCLE LOU and AUNT EDITH 



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OUR HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS 
to 

SUSAN JUDITH 

ON HER GRADUATION 

BUBBY, MOMMY and DADDY, BERNIE and CHARLES 

AUNT PAULINE and UNCLE JOE 

AUNT ADA and UNCLE PHIL 

AUNT MARTHA and UNCLE CHARLIE 

MR. and MRS. MAX ARONOFF and FAMILY 



CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR DAUGHTER 



TRINA 



AND HER CLASSMATES 



UPON THEIR GRADUATION 



from 



MR. and MRS. MOSES DYCKMAN 



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Best Wishes to Our Daughter 



EVELYN 



MOM and DAD 



Best Wishes to 



CECILE 



on her graduation from high school 




AUNT MOLLY 

and 

UNCLE HENRY 
Abraham and Judy 



Maze! and Bracba to 



INA ENGLANDER 



MR. and MRS. 
MAX SCHREIBER 

Newark, N. J. 



Congratulations to Our Doughfer 



REBA 



MR. and MRS. 
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Mazel Tov to our Daughter and Sister 



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May this be one of many Simcbas 



that we will share with her. 



We Congratulate Our Daughter 

JUDY 

on her graduation with gratitude to the 
faculty of this fine school of learning. 



BLANCHE and IRVING 
BUNIM 



In Honor of 



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RABBI and MRS. S.J. CHILL 
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Best Wishes to our Daughter 



ANNETTE 



on her graduation 



MR. and MRS. 
MORRIS BRAFMAN 




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Maze/ Tov fo 

SANDY 

from 

MOMMY, DADDY 
and Stevie 



Compliments of 




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and Her Fellow Graduates 



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Mazel Tov to 

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From her parents 

RABBI and MRS. 
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upon her graduation 



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on her Graduation 

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To . . . 

RABBI ISIDORE HOFFMAN 

in appreciation of a parent of 

an ex-student for his shaelonim 

on Rashi 

ISAAC HERSHOWITZ 

Our Very Best Wishes 
to 

CAROL TISSER 



CANTOR and MRS. 
MOSHE KOSSEVITSKY 



CONGRArULAT/ONS and BEST WISHES 

to 

ESTHER H. LIFSCHITZ 

ON HER GRADUATION 

from 

MR. and MRS. H. ZISFEIN 
MRS. HMAN LIFSCHITZ 

and JOSEPH 
RABBI and MRS. DAVID S. ALPERN 

and NEIL ALTER 
MR. and MRS. H. LIPPMAN and FAMILY 
MR. and MRS. MORRIS KRASNE 
MISS RICKI FIENERMAN 



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Congratulafions from 

RABBI and MRS. 
ISRAEL SOLOMON ROSENBERG 

to their Daughter 

ROSALYN 

on her graduation 

Best Wishes to 

ROZZI 

our future daughter-in-law & sister-in-law 

MR. and MRS. L. BERLIN 
JOSEPH ISAIAH 
NISSON ARYEH 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
in your Future Endeavors 

to 

ELAINE SCHROIT 



Compliments of 



CHARLES K. SCHOEN 



To . . . 

ELKY SCHROIT 

B'hafzlachah 

SCHROIT FAMILY 



To 



VITA KRAKOWSKY 



A Future Graduate 



Mazel Toy to 
Our Daughter and Sister 

PNIN A 

RABBI and MRS. SPIEGEL 
and CHANNIE 



Best Wishes to 



SUSAN SCHIFFENBAUER 



MR. and MRS. CELNICK 



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HOTEL RIVERSIDE PLAZA 

253 West 73rcl St. • SU - 7-3000 

GOLD MANOR CATERERS 

665-9 Willoughby Avenue 

Brooklyn 6, N. Y. 

— o— 

HY- 1-5151 



Compliments of 

GUARANTEED TITLE AND 
MORTGAGE CO. 



Kedem Wines 
Kedem Grape Juice 
Kedem Raspberry Syrup 

132 Norfolk St. • New York City 
35th Ave. and E. River • L. I. C. 



Complimenis of 

BEDFORD FLOOR COVERING 

2265 Bedford Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



BU- 4-3015 



Compliments of 

A. BLEETSTEIN 

Agency Manager 

Equitable Life Assurance Society 
of the U. S. 

112 West 34th Street 
New York 

Compliments to 

CORINNE FISCH 

from the 

New York Department Store, Inc. 

Santurce, Puerto Rico 



LOS TRES AMIGOS 

Grocery and Produce 

3904 - 3rd Avenue 

Brooklyn 32, N. Y. 

SO. - 8-0180 





Compliments of 

JOE SALIVEN 
PAPER PRODUCTS CORP. 




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To Our Daughter and Sisier 

FRIDA 

Congratulations on her graduation 

PARI — MAMI 
Peppy, Sruly, and Matty 

Compliments of 

A FRIEND 

of 

INA ENGLAN DER 

Congratulations to 

BARBARA BERGER 

from 

Grandma 

Aunt Belle 

Aunt Edith 

Uncle George 

Congratulations to 

ETHELEA COHEN 
and 

Her Classmates 
HOWARD SHADLEN 



Congratulations to Our Sister 



CECILE 



We wish her success in all her endeavors. 



ANNETTE and JOE KLEIN 



Congratulations to our daughter 



CECILE 



MR. and MRS. MORRIS BAER 



Compliments of 



THE GOLAN FAMILY 



Congratulations to our Niece 

NAOMI 

from 

UNCLE SOL and AUNT BETTY 



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Congratulations to 

RACHEL 

upon her graduation 

David Kreizer 
GLENWOOD FABRICS CORP. 

835 Broadway, New York 



Compliments of 

LAWRENCE CHILDREN'S 
UNDERWEAR CO., INC. 

PResident 2-1764 

KAYGE PLUMBING & HEATING 

Electric Sewer Cleaning 

438 Troy Avenue 
Brooklyn 3, N. Y. 

SW 5-4900 - 4901 Kl 8-3533 

With Compliments of 

PERSONAL INVESTMENT CO. 

HERBERT ANGRES 

Stocks — Bonds — Mutual Funds 

4325 Broadway 

New York 33, N. Y. 



Compliments of 

LEADER TRUCKING CO. 

649 East 9th Street 



Life Insurance 



General Insurance 



L. HOENIG & SON 

AARON W. HOENIG 
Insurance Broker and Consultant 

280 Broadway 
BArclay 7-3087 New York 7, N. Y. 



FORMAN 
KNIT GOODS CO., INC. 

82 Orchard Street 
New York 2, N- Y. 



SIMPLOT 

8702 Ditmas Avenue 
Brooklyn 36, N. Y. 



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Congratulations and Love to our 

DEBRA-EDYTHE 

We ore so very proud. 

MOTHER 
and All the Children 

Mazel Toy and Hatzlacha to 

Our Daughter and Sister 

on her graduation 

RABBI and MRS. KORB 
and FAMILY 



Best Wishes to 

OUR DAUGHTER 

MOLLY LIND 



Congratulations to 

ROSALIE LASHER 
CHAIM WARSHAW 



Mazel Tov to our daughter and sister 

SHEILA 

from 

Rabbi and Mrs. Aaron Shapiro 

and Abraham 

Rabbi and Mrs. Israel Orenstein 
and Hadassah Lee 

Mazel Tov to our dear niece and cousin 

CHAYA 

Rabbi and Mrs. Goodman 

and Family 

Rabbi and Mrs. D. Korb 

and Family 

Rabbi and Mrs. Lopin 

and Family 

Rabbi and Mrs. Shatzkes 

and Family 

To Our Daughter 

ELEANOR LEVENSON 

May Mazel-Tov and Happiness 

follow you all the days 

of your life. 

MOM and DAD 



Wishing Eternal Happiness and Nachas 
to 

LINDA GREENFIELD 

from 

A TRUE FRIEND 



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"ROZSHINKES 

and MANDLEN" 

A NEW RADIO SHOW 

"BARRICINI Presenfs" 

on Radio Station WEVD 

12 o'clocl< noon — Monday thru Friday 

The Tuesday program, "THE LIGHT OF 
TORAH," is dedicated to Jewish educa- 
tion and to all institutions of Jewish 
learning. 



Mazel Toy to 

SANDRA A. S AMET 

from 

H. GORDON and SON 

Congratulations to 

SANDY 

from 

J. M. STERN and CO. 

Certified Public Accountants 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

DORIS E. NEUSTADTER 

from 

SENECA SPORTSWEAR 



ROYAL MILLS, INC. 

30 Irving Place 
New York 



Compliments of 

MAX BALLAS 
FROZEN FOOD, INC. 



MERMELSTEIN CATERERS 

Exclusive Orders for 

YOUNG ISRAEL of EASTERN PARKWAY 

937 Eastern Parkway 




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SHEILA 
PHILIP GOOTTER 

Insurance Service 

225 West 34th Street 

New York, N. Y. 

ES - 2-7909 - 7944 

Mazel Tov v'hatzlacha rabah 

CHAYA KORB 

Vchol Hamesaimof 

BENOS AGUDAT YISRAEL 

Boro Park 



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Europe and Israel 

with 

ALUMN I TOURS 
Rabbi Willi Kotkes 

Best Wishes to 

ELEANOR 

from 

EDISON 
WINDOW CLEANERS CO. 

91 Nassau Street 
New York, N. Y- 



Congratulations to Our Niece 

BEVERLY 
WEITZMAN ENTERPRISES, Inc. 

Industrial Contractors and 

Factory Installations 

6 Bond Street 
New York City 



Compliments of 

PARKWAY MANOR 
NURSING HOME 

Congratulations to 

ELEANOR 

and 

Her Sister Graduates 

BROADWAY PASTRY SHOP 

252-54 West 28th Street 
New York, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

TREBOR 
KNITTING MILLS, Inc. 



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Congratulafions to our daughfer, 

JUDY GOLDMAN 

upon her graduation. 

MR. and MRS. 
ALBERT GOLDMAN 

Congratulations to 

NAOMI GLEICHER 

from 

MR. O. G. KAPPEL 

Best Wishes to Our Daughter 

ROCHELLE 

and 

All Her Classmates 
MR. and MRS. JACK FUCHS 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 
Our Daughter 

ROSALIE 
RABBI and MRS. J. FRANKEL 



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Best Wishes to 
Our Daughter and Sister 

REBA 

MR. and MRS. JOE KING 
Selma and Jerome 

Compliments of 

A FRIEND 

o^ 

ESTHER GEWIRTZ 

To our Sister and Aunt 

ROCHELLE 

The very best always 

RHODA — LOUIS 
Linda, Allan and Cindy 

Compliments to 

IN A 

and 
Her Classmates 

LOUIS ENGLANDER 



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To our darling granddaughter and niece 

LEAH BAILAH 

In honor of her graduation 
Mazel Toy and Hatzlacha 



Love 

BUBBI, PAPPA & UNCLE MAX 

Congratulations to 

FELICE 

on her graduation 

RABBI and MRS. PFEFFER 
MR. and MRS. PFEFFER 
MR. and MRS. YUDIN 



Compliments to 

CHAYA KORB 

from 

SHIMON DVAR 

Author of Haraphel and other stories 



Best Wishes to 

DORIS NEUSTADTER 

from 

THE SINNETS 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 
Our Dear Daughter and Sister 

LORRAINE SCHWARTZ 

upon her graduation 

May you always be healthy and happy. 

Mother, Dad and Rochelle Mona 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

CH ARN E 
RUTH and MAX SACHS 



Best Wishes from the 

STERNS CALIFORNIA BRANCH 

Comp/imenfi of 

SENIOR BREAKFAST 



Compliments of 

PAPLISKY CATERERS 
HOTEL BREWSTER 

21 WEST 86th STREET 
New York 24, N. Y. 

Mazel Tov to 

LIBBY GOLDBERG 

on her graduation 

MOTHER — DAD 
Melvin and Evelyn 



Best Wishes to 



NAOMI BAUMOL 



upon her graduation 



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JIFFY FOOD SHOP 

125 Fulton Street 

44 Ann Street 

— o— 

CO. 7-6060 



All the luck in the world to 
our loving daughter 

DEANNE 
MOTHER and DAD 



Lois of Love and Happiness 
To my very lovely Nieces 

DEANNE and DEBBY 
AUNT TEM 



Besf Wishes lo my Niece 

NAOMI 

from 

UNCLE HARRY and AUNT LILUE 



Best Wishes to our Niece 

RACHEL 

upon her graduation 

AUNT PEARL and UNCLE IZZY 



Congratulations.. .to 

BARBARA 

from 

MARVIN BERGER 



JACOB J. AVNER 

— Genera/ Insurance — 
Public Adjuster 

68 William Street 
New York 



WHitehall 3-0052 



Congrotu/afionj and Best Wishes 
To Both Our Nieces 

DEBBY and DEANNE 

UNCLE KEEVIE — AUNT DOROTHY 
Shoal - Marilyn 

Congratu/ofions and Best Wishes 
To My Niece 

DEANNE 
UNCLE DAVE 



Besf Wishes to our wonderful Niece 

DEANNE 
AUNT DOTTY and UNCLE SAM 



Our Very Best Wishes to 

B R Y N A 
and Her Classmates 

MOTHER, HERBERT and LEON 

To our deor Daughter 

MARILYN 

Best Wishes from 

MOM — DAD 
David, Norman and Gail 

Congrotu/ot/ons to 

BARBARA BERGER 

from 

AUNT PAULINE and AUNT RUTH 



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Complimenfs of 



CHELSEA PICKLE 



Lechaverotenu Hameseimol o/u V'hafzlichu 

B'NEI AKIVA OF NORTH AMERICA 

Compliments of 

MR. M. LIEBER 

Mazel Toy 

DR. WM. LIPTON 

Compliments of 

DR. PAUL B. KRENTZMAN 



Congratulations to 

SHEILA 
and All Her Classmates 

upon fhe/r graduation 

MR. and MRS. SAMUEL LIPNACK 

Bejf Wishes to 

CAROL RUTH 
ISRAEL MEAT CO. 

— Strictly Kosher — 
MEAT and POULTRY 
1317 - 55th STREET Brooklyn, N. Y. 



JOSEPH EPSTEIN 

Vice-Presidenf 
Gottfried Baking Co., Inc. 

51st Street and 11th Avenue 
New York 19, N. Y. 



COIumbus 5-1200 



Mazel Toy to my dear daughter 

BARBARA 
MRS. LILLIAN BERGER 

Compliments of 

CHARLES SEEWALD 

Congratulations to 

C H A R N E 
CABRINI FRUIT 

Mazel Toy and Best Vfishes 
To our Daughter 

M YR A 
MR. and MRS. J. RABINOWITZ 

TO . . . 

FELICE 

On her graduallon 

DR. R. EISENBERG, D.D.S. 

2039 - 86th STREET 
ES - 2-5579 Brooklyn, N. Y. 



TO . 



JUDY CHODOSH 

Congratulafions 

REIS JEWELERS 

962 FLATBUSH AVENUE 



Compliments of 

LOWEN'S BAKE SHOP 

311 ROGERS AVENUE 



FAMOUS MEAT MARKET 

1391 CONEY ISLAND AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Congratulations to the Graduating Class 
from 

HENRY'S RETAIL SHOP, INC. 

® 

Forest Hills, L. I. 
Compliments of 

ORIENTAL CLEANING & DYEING CO. 

390 KINGSTON AVENUE 
Brooklyn 25, N. Y. 

WEISS BROS, and SCHWARTZ 

COATS — suns — DRESSES 

47 EAST BROADWAY 
New York, N. Y. 

TO . . . 

SARAH 

Greetings ond Best Wishes 

MANSOL-BUTCHERS, INC. 

Best Wishes to 

M ICH ELE 

upon her graduation 

MID-KINGS CIVIC ASS'N, INC. 



Comp'imenfs of 

SECURITY PRINTING CO. 

304 E. 45th STREET 



Comp/iments of 

M AU Z O N E 

Compliments of 

HERMAN BLOCH, INC. 

349 GRAND CONCOURSE 
Bronx, N. Y. 

THE FAIR 

TOYS — GAMES — ART SUPPLIES 

HOBBIES — CHEMICALS 

941 FLATBUSH AVENUE 

Charles Cohen Brooklyn 26, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

H. ECKSTEIN AND SONS 

66-68 ORCHARD STREET 
New York 2, N, Y. 

Compliments of 

B . GORDON 

11 ALLEN STREET 
New York, N. Y. 

Compliments to 

CORINNE FISCH 

from 

MR. EDWARD LANG 
CENTRAL AMUSEMENT 



207 Lake Avenue 



Asbury Pork, N. J. 



Compliments to 

CORINNE FISCH 

from 

MR. ALEX FLOWITZ 
PLAYLAND ENTERPRISES, INC. 

1510 Surf Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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Mozel Tov to 

BARBARA BERGER 
MR. and MRS. BASSUIR 

Congratulafions to our Niece 

K E L D A 
MR. and MRS. JACOB BACH 

A FRIEND 

of 

BARBARA ELBAUM 



TO . . . 



SARAH 



Best Wishes 
Love, 

MOM and DAD 



Best Wishes io our Sister 

CORINNE FISCH 

from 

MR. and MRS. STANLEY FISCH 



Congratulations to 

REBECCA GEWIRTZ 



A FRIEND 

Mazel Tov to our Daughter 

CORINNE 

from 

MR. and MRS. NATHAN FISCH 

Congratulations to our dear Granddaughter 

PEARL 

from 

OMA and OPA 



Congratulations to 

FRIDA WEINSTOCK 

from 

THE FOGEL FAMILY 



Best Wishes to 

INA ENGLANDER 
MR. and MRS. PHILIP KIMMEL 

of Newark 
Congratulations to 

BARBARA ELBAUM 

on her graduation 

MR. and MRS. SCHWARTZ 



With Love and Best Wishes (o 

GLORIA 

on her graduation 

MOTHER — DAD 
and Sister Harriet 

Best Wishes Always to our Sister 

R O C H E L L E 
FEIVY and CHANNYE FUCHS 

Congratu/of/ons and Best Wishes for 
Our Granddaughter 

REBECCA'S 

Graduation 

BUBBY and ZADIE KAMIN 



FROM . 



A FRIEND 



Congrofu/afi'ons to our Sister 

CORINNE FISCH 

from 

RABBI & MRS. VICTOR PERNIKOFF 
and GITTI 



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Good Ltjck to 

LIBBY GOLDBERG 

from her Grandmother 

IDA GOLDBERG 

Compliments of 

PHILIP LAMM 

Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

H ED Y 

from 

AUNT REGINA and UNCLE HARRY 
Dear . . . PEARL 

Heartiest Congratulations upon your Graduation 

MR. and MRS. R. ROTHMAN 

Maze! Tov to 

ROSALIE 
BERNARD FRANKEL 

Congratulations to 

El LL EE N 
DANIEL KRAMER 



To my dear Daughter 

ESTHER 

Mazel Toy and Best Wishes 

MRS. L E VI N E 



Congratulations to our Daughter 

RO C H E L L E 
MR. and MRS. I. KLAUSNER 



Good Luck to 

LIBBY GOLDBERG 

from her Grandmother 

ROSE HERMAN 

Congratulations to 

JUDY GOLDMAN 

on her graduation. 

MR. and MRS. IRVING SCHWARTZ 

Heartiest Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 
Our Dear Niece and Cousin 

PEARL GREENBAUM 

MR. and MRS. LIEDER and FAMILY 
MR. and MRS. STEINMETZ & FAMILY 

Mazel Tov to our Daughter and Sister 

PEARL GREENBAUM 

With love, 

MR. and MRS. GREENBAUM 
Stanley, Tulle and YItzchok 

Congrafu/afjons to 

MARTHA 
MR. MAX DRUZ 

Maze! Tov to our dear 

RABBI and REBITZIN 

and their Daughter 

CHAYA KORB 
CONG. AHAVAT CHESED 

Mazel Tov to 

NAOMI KLASS 

MOTHER — DADDY — WINDY 
The Brooklyn Daily & the Jewish Press 

To . . . 

NAOMI KLASS 

May you go from one great thing to another. 
GRANDFATHER 

RAPHAEL SCHREIBER 



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Congratulaiions to 

ESTHER GEWIRTZ 
MAX KLOTZ INSURANCE BROKER 

20 VESEY STREET 
New York, N. Y. 

LONG ISLAND THREAD CO. 

THREADS — NOTIONS — PIECE GOODS 

91 EAST BROADWAY 

RE - 2-4834 New York City 

Compliments of 

DR. S. N. KNOPF & ASSOCIATES 

303 BROADWAY 
To toot Slick . . . Check with Chick 

CHICK CORSETRY 

We make you smaller or bigger. 

5315 - 13th AVENUE 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

DR. BERNARD ZAGLIN 

Congratulations to 

ROSALIE LASHER 
LASHER PRESS 

Compliments of 

MARTY and AL 
FRUIT and VEGETABLE MARKET 

3079 BRIGHTON 14lh STREET 
Brooklyn 35, N. Y. 

BAYWAY 
GARAGE & SERVICE STATION 

TYDOt FLYING A GASOLINE 

AUTO REPAIRS and ACCESSORIES 

231 NEPTUNE AVENUE 

Brooklyn 35, N. Y. 



Compliments of 

B. EISNER PRODUCE CORP. 



Congratulations to 

CAROL GOLDBERG 

from 

BOULEVARD KOSHER MEAT MARKET 

97-77 QUEENS BOULEVARD 
Forest Hills 

Congrotu/ofions to 

MARTHA 
HILMAN FUEL OIL CO. 

Congratulations to 

MARTHA 
CHARLES GONIKMAN and SON 

Compliments of 

JACK'S FRUIT STORE 

Compliments of 

JOSEPH LIEBERMAN 
TELEVISION SERVICE 

Closed Saturdays — Open Sundays 

1330 - 53rd STREET 

UL. 1-5221 

Compliments from 

HOCHBERG BROS. 

5201 - 13th AVENUE 
Congrotu/ot/ons — 

ESTHER 

upon your achievements. 
May you continue to emulate Queen Esther of old. 

WILLMARK SALES CO., INC. 



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Esplanade 7-2657 

CHIFFON BAKE SHOP 

KASHRUTH & DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED 

1373 CONEY ISLAND AVENUE 
A. Levenbrown Brooklyn 30, N. Y. 

DR. MILTON SCHIFF 

SURGEON DENTIST 

Hours: Mon. to Thurs. 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. 

Saturday: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

269 KINGSTON AVENUE 

Nr. Eastern Parkway Brooklyn 13, N. Y. 

TUrner 8-1400 N. Y. Tel. OLympia 8-7040 

HERMAN'S STAR BAKERS 

WHOLESALE BAKERS 

"Where the Promise Means Performance" 

1110 FARMINGDALE ROAD 

Route 109 Lindenhurst, N. Y. 

DEwey 9-5589 By AppoinlmenI 

DR. SHOLOM KRUMBEIN 

DENTAL SURGEON 

3065 NOSTRAND AVENUE 

At Quentin Road Brooklyn 29, N. Y. 

Congrafu/ofions fo 

HARRIET SEPTIMUS 

on her Graduation 

LASHER PRESS 

80 SEVENTH AVENUE 
New York, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

HARTLEY'S 

LADIES and CHILDREN'S APPAREL 
705 BRIGHTON BEACH AVENUE 

SLocum 6-7174 Rabbi L. Ehrenreich, Prop. 

CENTRAL HEBREW BOOK STORE 
AND JEWISH GIFT CENTER 

368 KINGSTON AVENUE 
Bet. Carroll & Crown Sts. Brooklyn 13, N. Y. 



GRomercy 5-3337 Established 1 892 

D. MILLER 
Kosher Dairy Products 

"Best Qualify" 
13 ESSEX STREET NEW YORK 2, N. Y. 



INgersoll 2-2400 For More Than 35 Yrs. 

HOME CARPET CLEANERS, INC. 

FOR FINE CARPET CLEANING 

2400 SNYDER AVENUE 
Nr. Bedford Avenue Brooklyn 26, N. Y. 

Ulster 6-2342 Timely Gifts for All Occasions 

F. MARKEL — JEWELER 

DIAMONDS — WATCHES — JEWELRY 

2105 CHURCH AVENUE 

Brooklyn 26, N. Y. 

Branches: 6511 - 20lh Ave. • 2133 - 86th Street 

Tel. ORegon 7-9230 

A. RICK & SONS 

MEAT and POULTRY 
557 GRAND STREET 
New York 2, N. Y. 

LEO SCHIMEL AARON KRANTZLER 

DeLUXE PALACE 
Kosher Caterers 

558 HOWARD AVENUE 
PResident 2-2116 Brooklyn 33, N. Y. 

Evergreen 8-9825 Hours: 1 1 to 1 -6 to 8 

Compliments of 

SAM X. FANKUCHEN, M.D. 

645 MARCY AVENUE 
Brooklyn 6, N. Y. 

MOnument 6-0693 

LEO C. ADER 

and HIS ORCHESTRA 

535 WEST 110th STREET 

WEDDINGS — DANCES — PARTIES 

535 WEST 110th STREET NEW YORK 25, N. Y. 

M . KLEIN 
Meat and Poultry Market 

1203 AVENUE J 
Brooklyn 30 

HYacinth 7-1600 

MADISON HEAT CORPORATION 

The Big 'M' in Modern Heating 
GULF SOLAR HEAT HEATING OIL 





157 VARICK ST. 



BROOKLYN 37, N. Y. 




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A FRIEND 

of 

ROSLYN SHELKOWITZ 

Maze! Toy 1o 

SHEILA 

from 

MOM, DAD and ABE 

To . . . 

HARRIET 

Lots of Luck on her Graduation 

MR. and MRS. MAX SEPTIMUS 
Berel and Michael 

Congratulations to 

SUSAN G. SCHIFFENBAUER 

SEYMOUR KLEIN 

Francis I. DuPoni & Co. 

342 Madison Ave., New York • MU 2-3000 
Members New York Stock Exchange 

In Honor of the engagement 
of our sister 

BLUMI to LARRY 
HELEN and DEBBY 





Mazel Tov >o 




SANDY 


on her graduation 


MOM, 


DAD and SHEILA 




Best Wishes to 




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SANDY 


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STAR HOSIERY 



Best Wishes to 

SUSAN SCHIFFENBAUER 

on her graduation 

DR. C. DEUTCH 

90-59 CORONA AVE. ELMHURST, L. I. 



Congratulations to 

PHYLLIS MOTECHIN 



Mazel Toy to our dear Granddaughter 

BEVERLY 
MR. and MRS. JACOB WEITZMAN 

Congrofu/af/ons to 

FRIEDA SREBRO 

upon her graduation 

DORIS and MURRAY AUGENBAUM 

Mazel Toy to 

FRIEDA 

from 

MOM and DAD 

7o . . . 

PHYLLIS 

Congra/u/af(ons on your graduation 

A FRIEND 



A Hearty Mazel Tov 
to the 

THE GRADUATING CLASS 



Mazel Tor to 

SUSAN SCHIFFENBAUER 
MR. and MRS. LAZAR HEYMAN 

Best Wishes to 

SUSAN SCHIFFENBAUER 

SAMUEL GREENBERG 

SUTRO BROS, and CO. 

120 BROADWAY NEW YORK CITY 



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MENDEL ROSENZWEIG 
FINE FURS, INC. 



Compliments of 

SANEF LIVE POULTRY CO. 



APplegate 7-3659 



Lena Goldstein 



CRESCENT REALTY CO. 

REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE — APPRAISALS 



2673 PITKIN AVENUE 



BROOKLYN, N, Y. 



Bus. Phone: Nl 8-8549 



Orders Delivered 



M . M I NTZ 
Kosher Meats and Poultry 

Under Strict Orthodox Supervision 
212 NEPTUNE AVE. BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

PResident 4-4596 

EMPIRE DRUG SHOP 

M. Kuller - PharrT70c/s/ and Chemist 

EMPIRE B'LVD and BROOKLYN AVE. 

PResident 4-4596 Brooklyn, N. Y. 

GEdney 5-4009 

HAIM AGUS, M. D. 

Hours: 7 2-2, 6-8 
1365 - 48th STREET BROOKLYN 19, N. Y. 

WAdsworth 3-3345 Strictly Kosher We Deliver 

FLEISCHMANN & HEYMANN 
Meats — Poultry — Delicatessen 

Under Supervision of Rabbi Dr. Jos. Breuer 

1530 ST. NICHOLAS AVENUE 

Bel. 186th & 187th Sts. New York 33, N. Y. 

LOrraine 8-6800 Willi Gruenebaum - Henry Boer 

TASTY PASTRY 
"Cake and Pastry for All Occasions" 

Under Supervision of Rabbi Dr. Jos. Breuer 
4175 BROADWAY Bet. 176th & 177th Sts. 



Greefings 

FIRST DUBENKA SOCIETY 

Compliments of 

N. MEISTRICH and SON 

182 DUANE STREET 
Tel. Virginia 3-5770 Res.: Virginia 8-2210 

JACK & MAX 

— Strictly Kosher — 

Meat Market and Poultry 

117-19 LIBERTY AVE. RICHMOND HILL, N. Y. 

Phone: ILIinois 9-9517 

WEINBERG'S APPAREL, INC. 

. . . FINE FEMININE APPAREL . . . 

95-42 QUEENS BOULEVARD 
Near 63rd Drive Rego Pork, L. I., N. Y. 

Office: BUckmintster 4-7122 - 7123 
Night Phones: Dl 5-8091 - GL 1-2784 

OSBORN FUEL OIL CO. 
0/7 Burners and Fuel Oil 

Distributors - OIL BURNERS & FUEL OIL 
1194 UTICA AVENUE BROOKLYN 3, N. Y. 

WAIker 5-4826 - 4827 

A. BENKIN, INC. 

— WHOLESALE JEWELERS — 

34 EAST BROADWAY 
New York 2, N. Y. 

WAIker 5-8566 

Nissim Hizme 

Creator of . . . Original Designs 
ARTIST - DESIGNER - CRAFTSMAN 

ISRAELI ART JEWELRY CO. 

37 ELDRIDGE ST. NEW YORK 2, N. Y. 



ULster 4-7500-1-2-3 



William Cohn 



BORO FUEL OIL CO. 

THE OIL THAT KEEPS WARM FRIENDS 



2 CHURCH AVE. 



BROOKLYN 18, N. Y. 



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Compliments of 

MR. FISCHEL HAAS 



Congrafulations to 

SANDY 

on her graduation 




Maze! Tov fo our graduate 

H I N D A 
MOM, DAD, MANNY & RICKY 

Congratulations to 

SANDY 

from 

ANN ARBOR 

Mazel Tov fo 

SUSAN 
MOM, DAD, MARTY & BUBI 

Mazel Tov to 

SANDY 

on her graduation 
Mazei Toy to 

SUSAN 
MIRIAM & MECHAL SCHIFFENBAUER 

Mazel Tov fo 

SANDY 

from 



A FRIEND 



A FRIEND 

of 

THE LI N D S 



Congratulations from 

RABBI JUDAH ROSENBERG 



fo his sister 

R OS A L Y N 

on her graduation 



Congratulations to 

FAY WALDMAN 



on her graduofion 



Congrotu/af/ons fo 

OUR DEAREST AUNT 

upon her graduofion 

DAVID and CHANA 



Best Wishes to 

SANDY 

from 

H. ECKSTEIN and SON 



To 



YOS P A 

Congrofu/ofions and Bset Wishes 

MOM — DAD 
Brother and Sisters 



Mazel Tov to 

HELEN STONE 

from 



M . B 



In Memory of 

Father — MAX WEINGER 

ond 

Brother— MURRY WEINGER 
DR. IRVING WEINGER 



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MADE-RITE SPORTSWEAR CO., Inc. 

AARON and MEYER SEIF 
Congratulations to 

HARRIET SEPTIMUS 

Compi'tmenis of 

J. EIS and SONS 



JOSEPH TOLMACH 
Pharmacy 

464 GRAND STREET 
New York 2, N. Y. 

BRILLIANT DIAMOND CO. 

36 WEST 47th STREET 
New York 19, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

FELDMAN and RAUCH 

2 WEST 47th STREET 
New York, N. Y. 

Corrgrotu/at/ons from 

GARY'S DRUG CO. 

3909 - 13th AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

GLASSMAN and GRUMET 

2 WEST 47th STREET 
New York, N. Y. 

Rl - 9-8170 Res.: MO - 3-2021 

EMIL MOSKOWITZ 

— Glatt Kosher — 

Meat Producfs & Delicatessen 

844 AMSTERDAM AVENUE 
Bel. 101st & 102nd Sts. New York 25, N. Y. 



Congratu/ot/ons to 

M Y R A 
MARCUS LEIFER — Jewe/er 

2 WEST 47th STREET 
A hearty Mazel Tov to 

M Y R A 

on her graduation 

BERNARD KORNBLUM 

Diamonds 
36 WEST 47th STREET 

Compliments of 

COLLEGIATE CAPS & GOWNS 

366 FIFTH AVENUE 
New York 1, New York 

FLORIDA SWEET SHOP 

Best Candy in Town 
2127 CHURCH AVENUE 

ARTHUR SAMUELS 
Tri-Es-Co Diamonds 

36 WEST 47th STREET 
New York 

A Hearty Mazel Tov to 

M Y R A 
MIKE SEGAL 

Manufacturer of Charms 
10 W. 47th STREET NEW YORK 



Compliments of 

ZUCKERBRAUN CHESIR CORP. 



J. S. GARLICK, Funeral Directors 
Parkside Memorial Chapels, Inc. 

1700 CONEY ISLAND AVENUE 

Brooklyn 30, N. Y. 

1345 JEROME AVENUE 

Bronx 52, N. Y. 




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COMPLIMENTS OF 



JACOB KRESCH 

NOBLE DRUGS 

SACH'S JEWELRY 

RUBY and CARRIE 

MR. and MRS. NIS5EL 

MR. I. RABINOWITZ 

ALTER KATZ 

DAVE'S FRUIT STORE 

HEYMAN'S PHARMACY 

YORK CREAMERIES 

REGINAS HAT SHOPPE 

SOL GOLDSTEIN 

HARRY AMDEN 

MAY and SAM NEWMAN 

JASLOW BROS. 

FRIENDLY SUPERETTE 

GOUBOUD COSMETICS 

MRS. JACOBSON 

F. MARKEL JEWELERS 

MR. K. MILES 

MR. B. PINTER 

MR. CHARLES REINHOLTZ 

STERNS BUTCHER 



JACK WEIGEL 

MR. MOSES HASE 

MR. I. 5HINDELHEIM 

MR. NATHAN DUBINSKY 

MR. ISRAEL HUGARISHER 

MR. HASKEL BOCHNER 

SYLVIA ROSNER 

FRANCES' 

DR. WILLIAM LIPTON 

MR. and MRS. BLATT 

ISIDORE BEITSCHER 

MR. H. GRAFF 

I. GOLDBERG and SONS 

APMAN'S LUNCHEONETTE 

MRS. JEAN NELIG 

MR. and MRS. TAUB 

M. and M. APPETIZERS 

JULIUS CHERBOW 

MILSTEIN'5 PHARMACY 

MR. KRIEGEL 

DANNY LEVINE 

MRS. DINAH STRAUSS 

ASCHE DRUG CO. 



RUTH DRESSES 

TIA SARITA 

H. LEVENSON 

MADAM EVE FRENCH CLEANERS 

DR. GOLDSTEIN 

G and B KNISHES 

MRS. BERTHA CHARLIP 

ROTH and GOLDSMITH 

MORRIS SHACHTER 

FRED RAND 

LEE BALLAN 

ALBERT CARTER 

ELMAR 

SHARFSTEIN 

JOSEPH SEGAL 

CROWN RELIABLE FURS 

J. and S. ASSOCIATED 

R. SCHECTER 

JOSEPH and CHAIM SEIF 

JERRY GANZ 

HARRY EPSTEIN 

LYN GANZ 



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